Our mission is to preserve the environmental integrity of Pike Lake and the contiguous area, guaranteeing the ongoing availability of the lake for recreational use. We also wish to serve as a vehicle of information regarding the interests of the property owners who live around and on Pike Lake.

Pike Lake had chloride concentrations considerably higher than the ecoregion expectations. This is most likely due to “urban” runoff.
— MN Polution Control Agency / 2012-2013 CLMP+ Data Summary

AIS Inspections (THank you Canosia TOWNSHIP)


The 2017 public landing educational inspections are underway.  The Pike Lake Association is very grateful for Canosia Township’s management of the program.  Please thank your Canosia Township Supervisors.  The total budgeted hours for 2017 are 1200 for Pike Lake and 800 for Caribou Lake.  The program is staffed by eight certified inspectors managed by Alyssa Hagemeyer.

The inspectors received all day training and were tested on Saturday May 6, 2017 at the Canosia Town Hall. All inspectors were given a written exam and were required to score 80% or higher to become certified.

The training was done by Jessica Moore of the MN DNR. She is an AIS Trainer. Also on hand was a MN DNR officer, who brought a boat to the training site. This allowed the inspectors to have firsthand training on what, and where, to look for invasive species.

Canosia Township is Supervising the AIS Program. You may direct any questions to Kevin L. Comnick, Canosia Supervisor @ 590-6473. E-mail is comnick@msn.com.

PIKE LAKE HISTORY / 100 years after fire 

Audrey Eaton (fall of 2012) speaks of great fire of 1918 that hit Pike Lake, near Duluth MN.

Files from Warren Lundeen, former president of Pike Lake Community Club  (PREDECESSOR to Pike Lake Association)

 2012 Letter from Warren Lundeed on Activities mid 20th Century

2012 Letter from Warren Lundeed on Activities mid 20th Century

 1957 Letter from Pike Lake Community Club President

1957 Letter from Pike Lake Community Club President