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2018 SnoBlast Recap

Community Takes Action, Rallies Together to Raise Money for Local Charities

ROME, WI (Feb. 19, 2018) – This year, Lake Arrowhead’s SnoBlast event was one for the books with a record number of community members coming together throughout the weekend to raise money for local charities in both Wood and Adams Counties. The annual event, held the second weekend each February, is becoming more popular each year, with both members and local communities, and this year was no exception.
This year, through numerous activities, the Association raised over $5000 and will be donating it to many local charities and organizations including: Nekoosa Backpack for Kids, Adams County Food Pantry, Adams County Humane Society, St. Vincent de Paul Outreach Services, Boys & Girls Club, Port Edwards Student Council, Marshfield Clinic Cancer Research, Adams County Meals on Wheels Program, American Legion Auxiliary-Ryan Larson Unit 65, American Legion Post- Ryan Larson Unit 65, Adams County Safe Ride, Rome Police Department, Rome Fire Department and St. Jude.
Without the help of the generous sponsors, volunteers and staff, this event would not be as successful as it is. From silent auction donations, to countless hours spent judging tournaments, serving food and drinks and putting on a spectacular firework show the event wouldn’t have been the same without them.
“It is always rewarding to support and aid so many different causes and organizations within our communities. We thank everyone who participated and contributed in making SnoBlast 2018 a smashing success!” commented Joel Barth, General Manager of Lake Arrowhead Association.
2018 marked the 22nd year Lake Arrowhead has held the celebration that includes food, music, comedy and games inviting the whole family out to join in the fun.
The weekend started out Friday with their famous fish fry, comedy show and Sprecher Beer Tasting. Saturday was full of contests, silent auction bidding, tournaments, hayrides and ended with a Firework show above the driving range accompanied with music by the Lizardz. The weekend concluded with a rambunctious game of Wine Bingo, along with tournaments and children’s games during the day. Make sure to join us at SnoBlast next year, Feb. 8-10, 2019!

Frequently Asked Questions

Am I able to remove dead trees from my property?

Yes, the best thing to remember is the 3 “D’s” – Dead, Down, Diseased. Any trees that have fallen need to be cleaned up as to not become a fire hazard. Same thing with dead trees. Please remove them before they fall and present a bigger problem by falling on your neighbors property or falling on a structure. With diseased trees, please remove them to help fight the spread of disease to other trees but keep in mind there are only certain times of the year you should be removing diseased trees.

How does the building/placement application process work?

There is an application that needs to be filled out and submitted to the A&E committee for review and approval. This includes any kind of improvements from piers, new construction, stairs to lake, residing your home, really anything over $100.00 that happens outside of your home. The A&E committee meets every two weeks so your wait is relatively short to hear a reply. There is no fee through the association. Our approval is then given to the Town of Rome for them to release their permits. The application can be found to the right under the downloads tab.

Additional Resources

Amenity Services and Rentals

  • Guest Pass, $2 per day and date specific
  • Colored Copies, $.25 each
  • Copies, $.10 each
  • Fax, $.50 per page
  • South Lake Pavilion, $50 w/o kitchen; $75 w/kitchen
  • North Lake Pavilion, $50 (no kitchen)
  • Sportsfield Pavilion, $50 (no kitchen)
  • Chalet, $50 w/o kitchen; $75 w/kitchen
  • Storage Space, $80 per year
  • Storage Boat Rack, $26 per year
  • Pier Slip, $500 per year
  • Daily Camp Site, $21 (member); $31 (non-member)
  • Seasonal Camp Site, $800 per year (water & electric included)

Maintenance Services

All prices subject to change without notice. Please call (715) 325-2902 for appointments.


  • Road Gravel (gray) $21/yd
  • Red Granite $21/yd
  • Black Dirt $21/yd
  • Sand Fill $8/yd

All of the above are five-yard minimum order or a delivery charge of $15.00 is added.

  • Fire Rings $50/$60
  • Tree Spade (relocate only) $60
  • Tree (white pine or red pine) planted $100
  • Firewood (delivered) $55/face cord
  • Labor w/endloader $100/hour
  • Wood Chips (dump truck) $50/8 yds


  • Wood Splitter Rental, $30/day
  • Chainsaw Sharpening, $7/chain
  • Rotary Blade Sharpening, $8/blade


The following services are offered by estimate.

  • Stump Grinding
  • Tree Removal
  • Tree Trimming
  • Lawn Mowing
  • Spring Clean-up
  • Sprinkler Repair
  • Sprinkler Winterization
  • Fall Clean-up
  • House Monitoring for Winter
  • Snow Plowing

All prices subject to change without notice. Please call (715) 325-2902 for appointments.

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