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Floyd Shores Lake Association

Water Clarity

Big Floyd (July 17, 2024) - 9.5'

Water Clarity

North Floyd (July 17, 2024) - 11.5'

Water Clarity

Little Floyd (July 1, 2024) - 13.0'

Water Level

Reading (July 13, 2024) - 2.94'
Change: -.0.08'
Outlet Dam Height - 2.00'


Rummage Sale

Rummage Sale 

Saturday, June 15, 2024


Look for signs in the Floyd Lakes area for rummage sales around the lakes

2023 Boat Parade

Boat Parades

Tuesday, July 4, 2024


Boat Parades on Big and Little Floyd Lakes at 11:00 am


Big and North Floyd: meet at Floyd Lake Point sandbar at 10:45 am for

registration.


Little Floyd: Little Floyd meet at Nodsle's dock at 10:45am

Ski Day 2

Kids’ Ski Day

Saturday, July 13, 2024


1:00 pm - 4:00 pm @ Vern Hanson’s home 19872 County Road 131, Detroit Lakes


Under 18 and want to learn how to water ski? Or do you know how to ski andwant to improve? Here is your chance! Water skiing is a great lifelong sport and the Floyd Lakes Ski Club wants to help the youth of the lake learn the joy of this summer activity. Floyd Lakes Ski Club will provide all the staff and gear to get you off and skiing. You just provide a life jacket. Cost: Free for members

2023 Fishing Contest

Kids’ Fishing Tournament

Saturday, July 27, 2024


The Kids’ Fishing Tournament is a free event for Floyd Lake Association Members and their families. Prizes are awarded in several age groups and fish categories. Watch social media and check the website for event and pre-registration details.

FLOYD LAKE 5K-no date-02

5K Race


Saturday, August 10, 2024 at 9:00 am

9:00 AM


We are bringing back the 5k! The race will start and end at the former Ironman Golf Course. Please watch for further information about registration details at floydshores.com or social media.


Returning Members

1. Go to floydshores.com
2. Click on Member login in the top right corner of the home page.
3. Enter your username and password.
4. If you username or password is incorrect:  Select Forgot Username/Password
5. Enter your Email Address.
6. Check your email for a link to enter a new password.
7. Verify your account status and information
8. Pay your dues.
9. Submit payment.

New to the Floyd Shores Association website?


1. Go to floydshores.com

2. Click on "Join Floyd Shores"

3. Click on "Membership Type" and select "Basic"

4. Click "I Agree" on "Terms of Use" page (Step 1)

5. Complete Steps 2-5, beginning with the "Complete General Information" page. Click "Next" upon completion of each page.

6. Create Username and Password.

7. Make payment for Floyd Shores Association dues. Once you have filled out payment info, be sure to click "Submit Payment"


Curly-leaf Pondweed Treatment for North Floyd

 

Notice is hereby given the Pelican River Watershed District is conducting an aquatic invasive species control project involving herbicide treatments of Curly-leaf pondweed and Flowering Rush infestations for lakes North Floyd, Big and Little Detroit, Curfman, Sallie, Melissa, and Muskrat. Maps containing treatment information can be found on our website at www.prwd.org or at our District office at 211 Holmes Street West, Suite 201, Detroit Lakes, MN.

 

Curly-leaf Pondweed - The chemical treatment is restricted to areas of infestation and will occur when the water temperatures are between 50 degrees F and approximately 60 degrees F. It is anticipated that the treatments will take place in May or early June. Flumioxazin herbicide will be used for treatments. In treated areas, it is recommended that irrigation using lake water cease for five days and per MN DNR recommendation do not swim for one (1) day after herbicide application.

Curly Leaf

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