AREA LAKES

Area Lakes

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Whitewater Lake

Covering 705 acres, Whitewater Lake is the largest lake in the area and reaches a depth of 40+ feet. It is a great place to fish for panfish, perch, northern pike, largemouth bass, and walleye.

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Rice Lake

Covering 167 acres, Rice Lake reaches a depth of 11+ feet and is adjacent to Whitewater Lake. It is a great place to fish for panfish, northern pike, and largemouth bass.

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Trippe Lake

Covering 625 acres, Tripp Lake is the largest lake in town and reaches a depth of 20 feet. It is a great place to fish for panfish, northern pike, largemouth bass, and walleye.

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Turtle Lake

Turtle Lake is a 141 acre lake with a maximum depth of 30 feet. It is a great place to fish for panfish, largemouth bass, and northern pike. 

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Cravath Lake

Covering 70 acres, Cravath Lake reaches a depth of 10 feet and is near downtown Whitewater. It is a great place to fish for panfish, northern pike, and largemouth bass.

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North Lake

Covering 255 acres, North Lake has a maximum depth of 11 feet. Fish include panfish, largemouth bass, and northern pike. 

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Como Lake

Covering 955 acres, Como Lake reaches a maximum depth of 9 feet. It is a great place to fish for panfish, northern pike, and largemouth bass.

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Como Lake

Covering 955 acres, Como Lake reaches a maximum depth of 9 feet. It is a great place to fish for panfish, northern pike, and largemouth bass.

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Lauderdale Lake

Lauderdale Lakes encompass three smaller lakes (Green, Middle, and Mill) that reach a depth of 57 feet. It is a great place to fish for panfish, northern pike, walleye, and largemouth bass

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Delavan Lake

Covering 1906 acres, Delavan Lake reaches a maximum depth of 52 feet. It is a great place to fish for panfish, northern pike, walleye, smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, and musky.

Geneva Lake

Covering 5,401 acres, Geneva Lake reaches a maximum depth of 135 feet. It is a great place to fish for panfish, northern pike, smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, trout, and walleye.

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Lake Beulah

Covering 812 acres, Beulah Lake reaches a maximum depth of 58 feet. It is a great place to fish for panfish, northern pike, walleye, and

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Geneva Lake

Covering 5,401 acres, Geneva Lake reaches a maximum depth of 135 feet. It is a great place to fish for panfish, northern pike, smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, trout, and walleye.

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Potter Lake

Covering 155 acres, Potter Lake reaches a maximum depth of 26 feet. t is a great place to fish for panfish, northern pike, and largemouth bass

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Powers Lake

Covering 451 acres, Powers Lake reaches a maximum depth of 33 feet. It is a great place to fish for panfish, northern pike, walleye, smallmouth bass, and largemouth bass.

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Twin Lakes

Reaching a maximum depth of 33 feet, the Twin Lakes encompass Elizabeth Lake and Lake Mary. It is great place to fish for panfish, largemouth bass, northern pike, and walleye.

Working with you to help you buy or sell your lakefront property

Lake Home Considerations

Buying lakefront property is very different than traditional home purchases. There is much more to consider. Buying a lakefront property is very exciting, it can also be overwhelming.

A few questions to consider when buying a lake home:

  • What is the current condition of the home and its yard?

  • Does the home have a septic system or public sewer?

  • What is the home's orientation to the sun?

  • What direction does the wind blow and how will winds blowing off the lake affect your lifestyle and heating costs?

  • What's the view like? Are they still building lots nearby?

  • How do you access the lake? Is the lot flat?

  • How much privacy do you want? 

  • What is the water clarity? Is the bottom of lake sandy, muddy, or rocky? What is the shoreline like?

  • What recreation opportunities are available? Is the lake stocked with fish?

  • Will the lake home be a getaway destination or a full time residence? Do you plan on retiring there?

  • What medical care, restaurants, or stores are in the area?

  • What are the local ordinances? Are there quiet hours?

  • What are the lake rules? Is there a lake association?

  • Are there zoning restrictions or conservation regulations?

Whether you are buying or selling a lake home, you want to work with someone you trust who understands the complexities of buying lakefront property. 

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