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Lake Living in Wisconsin

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Waukesha County
Beaver Lake – 313 acres, 46 ft deep
Big Muskego Lake – 2,194 acres, 23 ft deep
Eagle Spring Lake – 279 acres, 8 ft deep
Fowler Lake – 97 acres, 50 ft deep
Genesee Lakes – Upper, Middle & Lower
Golden Lake – 252 acres, 44 ft deep
Hunters Lake – 54 acres, 36 ft deep
Lake Keesus – 235 acres, 42 ft deep
Lac La Belle – 1,154 acres, 45 ft deep
Little Muskego Lake – 470 acres, 65 ft deep
Lower Nashotah Lake – 93 acres, 43 ft deep
Lower Nemahbin Lake – 239 acres, 36 ft deep
Lower Phantom Lake – 373 acres, 29 ft deep
Moose Lake – 83 acres, 61 ft deep
Nagawicka Lake – 981 acres, 90 ft deep
North Lake – 440 acres, 78 ft deep
Oconomowoc Lake – 818 acres, 60 ft deep
Okauchee Lake – 1,210 acres, 90 ft deep
Pewaukee Lake – 2,437 acres, 45 ft deep
Phantom Lake – 110 acres, 12 ft deep
Pine Lake – 711 acres, 85 ft deep
Pretty Lake – 65 acres, 31 ft deep
Silver Lake – 217 acres, 40 ft deep
Upper Nashotah Lake – 131 acres, 53 ft deep
Upper Nemahbin Lake – 277 acres, 60 ft deep
Waterville Lake – 76 acres, 12 ft deep

Washington County
Big Cedar Lake – 937 acres, 105 ft deep
Druid Lake – 122 acres, 53 ft deep
Friess Lake – 121 acres, 48 ft deep
Lake Five – 104 acres, 23 ft deep
Little Cedar Lake – 260 acres, 56 ft deep
Pike Lake – 461 acres, 45 ft deep
Silver Lake – 122 acres, 47 ft deep
Wallace Lake – 54 acres, 35 ft deep

Racine County
Buena Lake – 72 acres, 8 ft deep
Bohner Lake – 135 acres, 30 ft deep
Browns Lake – 397 acres, 44 ft deep
Lake Denoon – 167 acres, 55 ft deep
Eagle Lake – 529 acres, 11 ft deep
Fox River – in the Town of Waterford
Long Lake – 105 acres, 25 ft deep
Tichigan Lake – 279 acres, Buena & Fox River
Waubeesee Lake – 139 acres, 73 ft deep
Wind Lake – 919 acres, 47 ft deep