Lake Cable Recreation Association (LCRA)

The Association consists of Lake Cable property owners. The LCRA owns and maintains the lake, clubhouse, common areas around the lake and an adjoining shopping center. The purpose of the Association is to maintain Lake Cable properties and provide recreation opportunities available to LCRA members. Membership in the Association is open to all property owners in the Lake Cable allotment, but is not mandatory. There are normally between 400 and 500 members in the LCRA.

Properties owned by the Association include a 15,000 square foot clubhouse on the southern shore of the lake, and an adjoining beach. The LCRA also owns the picturesque Lake Cable Shopping Center, the oldest shopping center in Ohio.

LCRA members are also eligible to join a wide range of LCRA clubs like the Sportsman’s Club, Women’s Club, Garden Club, Retirees Club, Fish Club and more where members can enjoy the camaraderie of like-minded residents. Social gatherings are scheduled throughout the year.

There are three levels of membership available in the LCRA:

Full Member: Open to all property owners in the Lake Cable allotment

Associate Member: Open to children of LCRA members above the age of 25, but still living at home.

For information on becoming a member and costs, contact the LCRA office TEL: 330-499-2608 between 9am and 5pm.

The Lake Cable Recreation Association employs a full-time Manager, Tom Gibbins, who has been Manager since 1981. The Association is governed by a Board of Directors elected by the membership. Current members of the board are:

President: Cindy Waikem
Vice-President: Ken Roush
Secretary: Dan Schonhoft
Treasurer: Bob Wynkoop
Trustee: Ted Scheetz