The Holiday Lake Board of Directors has decided that the Red Flag will remain in effect for an indefinite period. With the upcoming rains and the ground already saturated, we must take every precaution to protect our dam.


Thank you for your understanding.


Due to the recent rains, the BLACK FLAG is displayed

The black flag means NO MOTORIZED watercraft on the lake due to high water.

Red Flag has been Removed

The red flag has been removed. This means that boats, etc. can be operated at normal speeds. The NO WAKE no longer applies. It will be back up for the Kids Fishing Tournament on Saturday, June 8, from 6 a.m. to Noon.


All Semi Tractors and Trailers Must Report to the Holiday Lake Maintenance Office Prior to Entering the Lake.

Volunteers Needed

Volunteers Needed for Saturday, July 6 Independence Day Celebration:

There are three hour-long spots open to help collect donations at the gates on Saturday, July 6. They include 3-4 p.m. and 6-7 p.m., both at the South Entrance, and from 5-6 p.m. at the North Entrance.

Volunteers are also needed for the Sunday, July 7, Cleanup at the Beach. We will begin at 7:00 a.m.


RIZ (Rural Improvement Zone) and Holiday Lake are asking that while mowing, you do NOT blow your grass towards the roads/ditches or lake. We are trying to keep as much runoff into the lake as possible.

Thank you.

Would You Like to Serve on the Holiday Lake Board of Directors?

We are in need of Candidates for the following positions:
Unit One (1) for a three-year term
Unit Two (2) for a one-year term
Unit Four (4) for a three-year term
At-Large for a three-year term

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Holiday Lake will be selling and installing culverts, unfortunately the cost will be increasing to $325.00 per 20 foot section of culvert. This is due to the actual cost associated with this project.

2 hours labor   $120.00
Road Rock$50.00

According to the Rules and Regulations---Division III. Building Permits Pages 26 & 27 of 91

  1. Culvert size shall be 12"" minimum diameter and 40' maximum length. Subject to review by the Building Committee on a case-by-case basis, any new construction or placement of culvert is required to have a 5' clean out between each culvert in order to maintain ditches.

  2. Culvert material shall be dual wall plastic.

  3. The Culvert Installation Application is required to be filled out and pre-approved before any work begins. It is recommended that ditches for culverts be dug out and installed by Holiday Lake Owners' Association, Inc., maintenance personnel. The cost of culvert must be paid in full by the Holiday Lake Lot Owner to the Holiday Lake Owners' Association, Inc. prior to work being started. Installation of culvert includes cleaning out the ditch to proper depth, installing culvert and covering culvert with appropriate materials.

If you choose to have someone else purchase and install your culvert-you still need to follow the above rules. An independent contractor will be inspected prior to installation and also after completion of work. If the work does not follow the above rules, you will be asked to reinstall the culvert to meet the specifications and pay for the re-installation.


The Board has received numerous questions about golf cart rules. As we want the Lake to continue to be an enjoyable and safe place for all - NO UNACCOMPANIED MINORS UNDER THE AGE OF 14 CAN OPERATE ANY LAND CRAFT WITHIN THE HOLIDAY LAKE SUBDIVISION.

B. Roads and Other Areas

  1. For the purpose of these rules and regulations, "Motor Vehicles" include passenger cars, trucks, motor homes, street-legal motorcycles, and construction and maintenance vehicles. "Land Crafts" include all motorized vehicles other than Motor Vehicles and specifically include, without limitation, nonstreet-legal motorcycles, mopeds, mini bikes, ATV's (3 & 4) wheelers, snowmobiles, golf carts and go-carts.

  2. The minimum age for operating Land Craft anywhere within the Holiday Lake Subdivision, including without limitation the roads and commons (Holiday Lake Property), shall be fourteen (14) years of age, unless a higher age is required by law or recommended by the manufacturer of the Land Craft.

The Board has instructed security to contact the parents of the violators, give them a verbal warning and if the violation occurs again there will be a minimum of a $250.00 corporate assessment issued.


For Your Information, it has been brought to the Board's attention there have been numerous docks built since February 9, 2012 which do exceed the maximum allowed length. These will be addressed individually in the near future - if you believe you fall into this area, please contact the Lake Office or your Unit Representative.

Just a reminder, please look at the rules and regulations regarding building permits prior to any construction.

The 2nd Quarterly Newsletter is Out

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ATTENTION 3/26/2019

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concerning the hog confinement to be built near Holiday Lake

Meeting for the Mural by the Beach

For those persons interested in the mural by the beach, there will be a meeting April 7th at 1:00 PM at Community Center. Any questions, please contact Donna Baustian, 641-522-9307 or Kim Pendarvis, 641-522-6082

Lake Wide Email List

There has been a lot of talk about the Board of Directors not communicating with the community. The information being reposted is from a lake-wide e-mail sent to all community members who have provided us with their e-mail addresses. If you are not receiving these e-mails, please contact the office at 641-522-7686, or e-mail to be placed on the list. You may also find all lake-wide notices on the lake's official Facebook page at Holiday Lake Owners Association Inc. or on the website at

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