Lake Lorman

A Private Community in Madison County, MS

L. L. Utility District Meeting 

June 14 - 7:00 p.m.

L. L. Board Meeting

June 21 - 6:00 p.m.

WELCOME
Welcome to the Summer! This, of course, means increased traffic on our lakes, water skiing, fishing, kayaking, canoeing, sailing, paddle boarding, swimming, etc. For your safety and the safety of all who enjoy the water please review the image which shows the “No Wake Zones”, “Water Skiing Areas” and “Direction of Flow of Traffic”.
  • The yellow line roughly lays out in a connect the dots fashion the location of the buoys around the lake.
  • The red color indicates “No Wake Zones”.
  • The dark color indicates “Water Skiing Areas”.
  • The arrows indicate counter clockwise “Flow of Traffic of all Boats at Wake Speed”.
  • Do not move the buoys.
  • Do not tie boats to buoys.
It is suggested that we all review the Lake Lorman Lake and Boat Rules as a matter of safety and caution.   http://www.lakelormanms.com/images/Lake_Lorman_Lake_and_Boating_Rules21.pdf
Remember: Boat Registration and Stickers! If you have not registered your boat contact Gabe Grothe, Board Member and Chair of the Lakes and Dams Committee. 601.720.0419 or ggrothe@lakelormanms.com
Thank you and Enjoy the Summer!


Boat Registration & Stickers 2021-2022



If you have not registered Your Boat... 



The time is Now



Below you will find three documents needed for registration

Welcome to Lake Lorman, a serene family community of about 200 homes nestled within seven gates on two lakes.


Little Lake Lorman, covering about 30 acres, is reserved for fishing and small craft.  The large lake, covering 160 acres, manages to maintain great fishing while also serving as sport for sailing, kayaking and skiing.


The community, lakes and roads are private, restricted to lot owners, residents and their guests.


The Clubhouse and Boat Ramp are located in Gate One and may be used only by residents/lot owners.


The wooded area features large shade trees dripping with hanging moss and is home to a variety of birds and wildlife.

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Aerial Photography by Bill Cox