2019 Boat Parade

First off, we want to say happy 4th of July to everyone on Serpent Lake. The weather cooperated and gave us another beautiful day on the water. Yesterday afternoon, there was a boat parade that we hope you were able to see. If you were unable to see it live, we have pictures for you if you click on the link below. The winner of the 2019 boat parade was the McChung family and their “Baby Shark” themed pontoon. Great job you guys!!

CLICK HERE TO SEE ALL OTHER PARTICIPATING BOATS!!

CLICK HERE TO SEE ALL OTHER PARTICIPATING BOATS!!

Website Updates

Greetings Everyone,

I just wanted to bring to your attention that we have added some more photos to the website. You will see new photos in the photo gallery under scenic views, wildlife, and of course the annual boat parade. Just simply scroll through the pages to see the additions. We would like to get more photos in each section of the website so if you have some you would like to add, please send them our way.

We would also like to see what your families and friends are doing on Serpent Lake this summer. If you would like to have your photos published to the website, please send us your photos and we will create a new section on the website dedicated to this summers photos.

To send us pictures, email us at info@serpentlake.org.

Life Jacket Requirements

The following are life jacket requirements in Minnesota: State law requires children under 10 years old to wear a life jacket while a boat is underway. A readily accessible and wearable life jacket is required for each person onboard a boat, this includes canoes, kayaks, stand-up paddleboards and waterfowl boats. One Type IV throwable is required on boats 16 feet or longer (except canoes and kayaks) and must be immediately available. Personal watercraft operators and passengers must each wear a life jacket.