Welcome to Lake Keesus!
Lake Keesus is a beautiful 237 acre lake located in the Town of Merton, Waukesha County, WI. The LKAA - Lake Keesus Advancement Association was originally developed in 1930 and its main purpose is to protect and promote the interests of the people residing on the shores of Lake Keesus.
Lake Keesus has approximately 5.3 miles of shoreline and 216 houses. It is made up of 5 bays - Bull's Bay, Marquardt's Bay, Marshall Bay, North Bay, and Rice's Bay. The deepest part of the lake measures 42 feet. Please see the maps page for more information.
4th of July
Approximately 218 Keesans attended the July 4th Kiddee Parade and Family Picnic hosted by Steve and Ann Belter at their Flynn Road home. The Red, White and Blue filled the scene as Keesans enjoyed the prizes and refreshments supplied by the LKAA. Thanks to the Maltby Family and all the Marshall Bay and other Keesan donors who helped pay for the fabulous Fourth of July Fireworks display. It was truly a spectacular 25 minutes!
Lake Keesus Koozies
The LKAA is selling can and bottle Koozies imprinted "Lake Keesus" to keep your favorite beverages nice and cold on our hot, humid summer days on the lake. They cost $4 each or 3 for $10 and are available right now! Stock up for Christmas presents. Contact Brett Engelking at 414-208-8101 or firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange pick up.
Would you be interested in volunteering at Camp Whitcomb/Mason? Contact Patty Mueller at 414-899-4677 or email@example.com for more details on volunteering. To see a complete list of volunteer opportunities, click on the Links Page.
Keesus Drink Coasters
Lake Keesus Drink Coasters are available to purchase. They were a real hit at the Winter Party. They come in wood or acrylic and may have customized wording. See https://sites.google.com/site/keesuscoasters/home to view the product and place your order.
Thanks to all Keesans who helped set up Camp Mason for the Winter Party on Dec. 13th. 82 Keesans were able to enjoy friendship and comradery that evening with good food, drinks and visual display.
Twenty-six Keesus neighbors braved the cold Autumn day to carve puupkins and enjoy refreshments on Park Drive. Thanks go to hosts Jim & Cathy Hazzard and Greg & Brenda Larson for doing a great job putting the event together.Pumpkin Carving Photo Album
Each Week: LKAA Email Updates are sent to LKAA members whose email addresses we have. Lake information during winter months comes only via email. Please send your email address to firstname.lastname@example.org as e-mail up-dates have become a weekly communications addition for the Keesus Newsletter. LKAA does not sell or share our email address list.