Welcome to Big Cormorant Lake

What's going on at the lakes . . . we will post it here. Latest events and announcements about the lake, any new information that you need to know about along with past information, you can find it here.

Big Cormorant Lake Association Board Meetings and Minutes. Stay informed with your lake and what is being done. Board meeting minutes and past minutes are posted here and are available in pdf format. Take a moment to visit.

The Big Cormorant Lakes Association has jackets and vests for sale. Limited sizes and colors are available. Additional sizes and colors can be order with a minimum of 6 items. To purchase or order, contact Rhonda Wilson at (218) 329-2861.

The Big Cormorant Lake Area Foundation is a fund of West Central Initiative. The BCLAF is dedicated to protecting and preserving the diverse home and land resources of the lake. . . . read more here

Topics form latest reports from the MnDNR to what is happening to keep our lake healthy. Any breaking news and links can be found here when it has to do with our lakes well being.

Big Cormorant Lakes Association of Becker County, MN. You can visit this link to view a detailed map of the lake with beaches labeled in pdf format.

Have you updated your information in the directory? Take a moment to meet with your beach captains and help us keep our directory current.

Big Cormorant Lake Association, an association of people who care about one of Minnesota's finest bodies of water.

Big Cormorant Lake is situated in northwestern Minnesota's Becker County, about an hour's drive due east of the Fargo, North Dakota, and Moorhead, Minnesota metropolitan area. It is about a three hour drive north and west of Minnesota's Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul. According to the state Department of Natural Resources, Big Cormorant Lake has 3,379 acres of total surface area. It is a clean lake with excellent fishing, swimming and other recreational opportunities. It also has great sunsets.

The over 300 members of the Big Cormorant Lake Association include year-round and seasonal property owners and also members of the local business community who are dedicated to enjoying, protecting and preserving this tremendous natural resource for future generations.