May 14, 2021

In general, please refer to the Village website and the NCA Facebook page for updated event information.

As we continue to navigate through this pandemic in Lake Nebagamon, many things still have a different look and feel to them. It is important we all persist in trying to do our best to keep those around us safe and healthy. With that in mind, the Village Board has made the following determinations for Village owned facilities moving forward into the spring.

Ravine Campground
It was determined by the Village Board at the April 13th Board meeting that Ravine Campground will reopen from Memorial Day to Labor Day in 2021. The bathrooms will be cleaned on a daily basis.  The status of the campground will be reevaluated every month, taking into account fluctuating COVID numbers.

Auditorium Events
It was determined by the Village Board at the April 13th Board meeting that the Village will continue scheduling new rental agreements at an increased maximum capacity. The capacity for these events will be 30 people downstairs and 150 upstairs, with only one event scheduled per weekend, per level of the building. This will continue to be reviewed as COVID numbers from the County are monitored.

Village Office
The Village office will continue to operate by appointment only. There is a secured lockbox located on the front of the Auditorium, to the left of the front doors. This box can be utilized for dropping off sewer payments, land use permits, any correspondence that needs to reach the office, for the return of absentee ballots, or any other materials that need to reach Board members. It is checked daily. Village Administrator Amy K. Huber and Village Clerk Daisha Nolan can be reached by email at and, respectively. The village office phone number is 715-374-3100 and has a
messaging system that is also checked daily.

Beach and Lower Level Auditorium Restrooms
The basement level bathrooms at the Auditorium will be open from Memorial Day to Labor Day with hours to be determined.

Lake Nebagamon Ballfields
The ballfields and bathrooms are available for scheduling. Facilities will be cleaned daily when used.

Personal businesses around the village will be maintaining hours according to what they feel is best to each of them, individually. Now, more than ever, it is imperative the community support our local businesses, small shops and restaurants. Contact them directly with questions, and keep an eye out for their announcements on social media as they change their policies to accommodate COVID outbreaks.

It is our hope that despite these unpredictable times, our community will continue to move forward carefully and
patiently, while still finding ways to enjoy all the things Lake Nebagamon has to offer.

Douglas County information can be accessed with the following link.

Please stay safe everyone!