• Clean-Up Time!

    After Holiday Lake Clean-Up

    The Lake Minnetonka Association, in partnership with Life’s a Beach Shoreline Services and Tonka Bay Marina went out for the annual July 5th - After Holiday Lake Clean-Up. The clean-up was focused in “Cruiser’s Cove” surrounding Big Island, in efforts to keep the area as trash free as possible.

    Every July 4th, hundreds of boaters and fun seekers come to Big Island to drop anchor and revel with others to celebrate the July 4th holiday, leaving behind of broken bottles, beer cans, and other trash. Not only is the mess, but broken bottles and cans can cause serious cuts and pose a hazard to people wading or swimming in this popular spot.

    Lake Minnetonka is a Minnesota treasure and is open for everyone to enjoy. The Lake Minnetonka Association encourages boaters to enjoy celebrations in and around the lake, but asks for your help to keep the lake clean and trash free. Garbage receptacles are available at all public accesses and marinas.

    We want everyone to enjoy the lake; it is a spectacular resource, but we urge everyone to, please pack up your garbage and dispose of it properly.

    Thank you to all that helped in this important effort!


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