Area Lakes & Ponds

 Surface Area (acres)Max. Depth (feet)Public AccessPublic BeachSurrounded by Private PropertyLarge Mouth BassSmall Mouth BassMuskyNorthern PikePanfishWalleyeLake Type:
DG=Drainage
SE=Seepage
SP=spring
Closest Town
Bean Lake336TSELake Mills
Blue Spring Lake15112BRSPPalmyra
Cravath Lake7010BRDGWhitewater
Golden Lake25046BRSPConcord
Goose Lake1446DGConcord
Hahns Lake8210X, NWDGGrellton
Haumerson’s Pond43XDGFort Atkinson
Heiden Pond 24XWatertown
Hope Lake14224XSECambridge
Lake Koshkonong10,4607BRDGFort Atkinson
Lake Ripley42344BRDGCambridge
Mud Lake0.3DGRome
Mud Lake9323XDGLake Mills
Mud Lake318BRDGFort Atkinson
Red Cedar Lake3596BR, TSEOakland
Rice14410BRDGWhitewater
Rock Lake 1,37156BF, PDGLake Mills
Rome Millpond4467BRDGRome
Rose Lake14010TSEFort Atkinson
Spence Lake86T
Spring Lake, Lower10411BRDGPalmyra
Trippe1218BRDGWhitewater
Watertown Millpond844XDGWatertown
Whitewater62535BFDGWhitewater

BF = Barrier-free Boat Ramp.

Sites have a boarding dock or means of wheelchair access to boats.

BR = Boat Ramp.

Sites have a defined public boat launching facility which may or may not have parking.

BW = Barrier-free Wilderness Access.

Sites have a firm surface to gain access to the water, but no special piers or ramps.

NW = Navigable Water.

Navigable access is provided by the presence of an inlet or outlet stream which furnishes adequate boat access to a lake. A small stream not large enough to float a boat does not provide effective navigable access.

P = Barrier-free Pier.

Designed to accommodate wheelchairs.

R = Roadside.

Sites do not include any access developments. Public roads with a marked right-of-way extending to the water provide a limited degree of access.

T = Walk-in Trail.

These access sites are partially developed, excluding a boat ramp, and are entirely within public lands.

X

A few counties do not have detailed access information. For those waters marked with an “x,” some type of access, other than navigable water access, is available. Regulations governing boat usage are effective on certain lakes and are posted at the public access sites.