We are all so blessed to have the beauty of the lake and surrounding  area right outside our windows. Here are a few pictures that our Facebook friends have shared with KLSC. If you would like a picture considered for our web site please send it to me at Please continue to share them on our Facebook page as well.



watch for information regarding the reopening date hopefully soon.


Have you been practicing? Time to get on the range!

Another fun event was held June 20th at the KLSC archery range. The weather was touch and go with rain but no one complained with the need for moisture. We added a moving 3D target, it was a BIG hit. What an event with prizes, food, & fun for all. Our next archery event is scheduled for September 12th. Hope to see you there.
If you have any birthday’s coming up and are looking for a unique gift idea consider gifting a 1 year unlimited shooting membership to the archery range for only $40. Truly a gift that keeps on giving all year!

If you’d like to discuss the course or have any questions please contact Greg at 612-790-2313


KLSC is offering all non-members an opportunity to shoot the course one time at no cost. You must sign a release waver located at the first lane and place it in the drop box. If you find that you enjoyed your experience, please consider supporting this facility with an annual membership of $40 individual & $75 family. Membership includes unlimited range time and use of the park itself. Family picnics, kids playground, wonderful nature walks, & more.  Membership

*Use of this property is at your own personal risk. Property is under video surveillance. Any theft or vandalism WILL BE PROSECUTED.

If you’d like to discuss the course or have any questions please contact Greg at 612-790-2313

Blue-Green Algae

One of our members asked – does Knife Lake, in Kanabec County have Blue-Green Algae.  The answer was yes, sometimes it does.   Blue Green algae during bloom is toxic to humans and to pets.  While dogs are the most impacted. Here is a direct link out to the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency  information guide on Blue Green Algae.

The Knife Lake Sportsmen’s Club (KLSC) continues to work with the Knife Lake Improvement District (KLID) to help maintain healthy water quality through weed management which helps to reduce algae in our lake.  The Watershed district (Snake River watershed district) also has been working for years on reducing ground pollution sources to the river and streams that flow into our lake.  It is a large task, but together we are making strides for continued healthy habit for our lake for all to use and enjoy, now and into the future.