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As of October 10th 62.4% of property owners are members (433 of 694 possible).


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Membership Renewal Instructions

Looking for more instructions on how to renew your membership and make a contribution to the Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) fund?  Here is step-by-step video tutorial to show you how.  Instructions are included for both online payments (via PayPal where you do not need an account to use your debit or credit card) and paper checks mailed to our PO box via USPS.

Paid Members can login to view additional content by clicking the * “Member Login” 

 

Click on * ”MENU" for more options.

 

*above on PCs and below on tablets and other portable devices. 

 

All property owners are in our database, even if you are NOT a paid member and/or are new to the lake. We use the Sawyer Country records to update our data on a semi-annual basis.  

 

If you are a member and want to login to view additional content or check/renew your membership, you will need a login ID and password.  If you are a paid member and have email access, send a request for your login ID and password to membership@RoundLakes.org (include your name and lake address please).  

 

For those without an email address, contact us by mail (PO Box 1070, Hayward WI 54843) to get your login ID and password.  

 

An email address is not required to be a member.  

 

You may securely pay dues online or by USPS mail.  Our annual dues are $35 per year—you may renew for 1-, 2-, or 3-years.  We ask all members to also contribute to our Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) fund to keep our water clean.  Historical average donation is approximately $100 per membership.


You do not need to live on the lake to be a member.  If you live nearby, lived on the lake previously or just love our lake and want to help out by being a member, email or USPS mail us your name, cell, mailing address, and reason for your interest in our lake.  We are happy to add you to the database, so you can join.