Eagle Lake Lakeshore Association

Events & News     




Annual ELLA annual meeting

Saturday June 21, 2014

Eagle Lake Lutheran Church

8-9 am Pancake Breakfast (free will offering)

Meeting starts at 9am


(additional details will be distributed prior to the meeting)


(Please also mark your calendar's for our annual boat parade to be held Friday July 4th at 1:30pm - inclement weather back-up date July  5th)




MN COLA AIS Flyer (click here)

IMPORTANT NOTICE – We will not have spring leaf pick-up.  Unless someone steps forward to volunteer, this service will no longer be available.  Thank you Jim Beech for your many years of volunteering to do this!

Remember you can take your bagged leaves to the landfill for free!

36005 State Hwy. 210 
Approximately 1.5 miles West of Battle Lake, MN
Winter Hours
(Oct. 1 - March 31)
Mon., Wed., Sat.
9 am - 3 pm
Summer Hours
(April 1 - Sept. 30)
Monday - Saturday
9 am - 3 pm
(218) 864-8666
garbage, compost, demolition debris (small quantities less than 3 yards), white goods, scrap iron, tires, brush, electronics



MN COLA Information for Members of Lake Associations (March 2013)

MN COLA has outlined what can be accomplished to better protect our lakes and rivers and is based on input from your local lake leaders.  But your help is needed.

Click the link below to review documents contain information your Legislators need to know in preparation to make decisions on how to better protect our lakes and rivers.  Please review the documents and do your part by contacting your Legislators  and let them know key the points you want them to enact. 


 IMPORTANT MN COLA News click here  



During the general membership meeting on June 9th, 2012 the DNR presented the 25 minute video that was recently produced. Below are two links that will display the video with lots of great information.

 DNR AIS video 11 minutes

 DNR AIS video 25 minutes

Check out the new Link "COLA NEWS" on the left. There are a lot of things happening with AIS (Aquatic Invasive Species). Stay current with what's happeing in our Otter Tail County area.


If interested in signing up to volunteer for AIS training or monitoring, please contact Bob Wiedeman.


Contact Information

PO Box 22
Battle Lake, MN 56515


Please email candrewsgm@gmail.com if any questions.