Welcome to Lake Wylie!

The Lake Wylie Marine Commission is a federally established body of concerned citizens appointed by the governments of the three counties that border Lake Wylie.

Its role is to represent the citizens of those counties and other Lake Wylie stakeholders to establish public policy and regulations to protect and preserve Lake Wylie and its shoreline, to encourage its safe use and enjoyment, and to protect Lake Wylie as a high quality resource and asset for the region.

We want you to use these pages to find vital information about regulations and safety, to join in the partnership that is committed to maintain the beauty of this southern jewel and simply to keep up the news and events around the lake.

We also invite you to tell us about news and events in your community...whether it be a neighborhood fund raiser, a church gathering or a shoreline clean up project. Lake Wylie is comprised of many communities...each with its own personality. We want to encourage all our residents to share those experiences.

Wednesday March 04, 2015


2014 RIVERSWEEP!  october 4, 2014

Every year, approximately 30 tons of trash are dumped in and around Lake Wylie.  One of the primary events sponsored by our organization is the Lake Wylie Riversweep. It is held on the first Saturday of every October at numerous sites around the lake.

Our volunteers get together on this day to devote their time, energy, and resources to remove trash, debris, and litter that has been dumped or accumulated in the lake.  These volunteers are devoted to Lake Wylie, and they are passionate about keeping the area clean and the environment healthy.