Watercraft Registration and Information

LLPOA Watercraft Access/Registration

All Watercraft Need LLPOA and ODNR Registrations

Ohio and LLPOA Registrations are required for every recreational boat,

including canoes, kayaks, pedal boats, and inflated boats.

For further details click here to go to the ODNR website.

To make it easier for you to register your watercraft, each year you will receive in the mail

a form that lists all your watercraft you registered in the prior year.

To register, just make any corrections or additions on the form, and return it to the LLPOA office with a self-addressed stamped envelope along with a copy of the title*, ODNR registration, and proof of insurance for every watercraft you want on the lake.

(*The only exceptions for not including a copy of a Title, are Canoes, Kayaks, and Boats Less than 14’ without a fixed motor, or  with a fixed motor less than 10 HP)

If you need additional forms, you may download them from this page

or pick up copies during regular business hours from the office.


Proof of insurance will be an annual requirement but once we have copies on file of the other documents, you will only need to update them when your ODNR registration expires.

Please contact the LLPOA office (513.875.3435) with questions.


After providing the required information and payment,

your Watercraft Stickers will then be sent to you in the mail.


Any watercraft on LLPOA waterways must have a 

Current Year LLPOA access sticker.


Any watercraft without the Current Year LLPOA sticker displayed 

may be ticketed and subject to a Class I fine.  


  Watercraft / Motor Vehicle Registration Form click here

Watercraft Registration Guidelines click here

Summary of Watercraft Rules click here

New Member Registration Form click here

ODNR website click here

Reserve Study click here

Please familiarize yourself and other operators of your watercraft with LLPOA rules and Ohio law.  Safety is our first priority and it starts with knowing the rules.  

A link to a summary of our Boating rules is below and for the complete copy you can go to

our Code of Regulations, By-Laws, and Covenants/Restrictions and/or our LLPOA RULES which can be found on the governing documents page.


If you want to add to it, email your suggestions to webmaster@lakeloreleiohio.com


Ohio law requires boaters born on or after January 1, 1982, to successfully complete

either a boating course or a proficiency exam in order to operate a boat powered by more than

10 horsepower. (Ohio Revised Code 1547.05-1547.052; effective 1/1/2000)