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How Many Lakes Are in Wisconsin

There are 82 lakes in Wisconsin.

List of lakes in Wisconsin

  1. Lake Michigan (extends into Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan)
  2. Lake Superior (extends into Michigan, Minnesota, and Ontario)
  3. Balsam Lake
  4. Bear Lake
  5. Brule Lake
  6. Castle Rock Lake
  7. Clark Lake
  8. Clear Lake
  9. Columbia Lake, Wisconsin
  10. Connors Lake
  11. Crystal Lake (home of Crystal Lake Boy Scout Reservation)
  12. Devil’s Lake
  13. Druid Lake
  14. East Alaska Lake
  15. Enterprise Lake
  16. Europe Lake
  17. Geneva Lake
  18. Green Lake (at 237 feet (72 m) deep, deepest natural lake in Wisconsin)
  19. Grindstone Lake
  20. Half Moon Lake
  21. Harbor Lights Lake
  22. Indian Lake
  23. Kangaroo Lake
  24. Krohns Lake
  25. Lac Courte Oreilles
  26. Lac Vieux Desert
  27. Lake Butte des Morts
  28. Lake Delton
  29. Lake Ellen
  30. Lake Hayward
  31. Lake Koshkonong (10,500 acres)
  32. Lake Lucerne
  33. Lake Mendota (9,740 acres)
  34. Lake Menomin
  35. Lake Minocqua
  36. Lake Monona (3,274 acres)
  37. Lake Noquebay
  38. Lake Pepin
  39. Lake Poygan (14,102 acres)
  40. Lake Redstone
  41. Lake Waubesa (2,000 acres)
  42. Lake Wingra
  43. Lake Winnebago (137,708 acres, largest inland lake in Wisconsin)
  44. Lake Wissota (6,024 acres; man-made lake)
  45. Little Cedar Lake
  46. Little Lake Butte des Morts
  47. Lost Lake
  48. Mirror Lake
  49. Montgomery Lake (Florence County, Wisconsin)
  50. Montgomery Lake (Kenosha County, Wisconsin)
  51. Mud Lake (116 lakes with this name in Wisconsin)
  52. Murphy Lake (Ashland County, Wisconsin)
  53. Murphy Lake (Marinette County, Wisconsin)
  54. Murphy Lake (Price County, Wisconsin)
  55. Murphy Lake (Sawyer County, Wisconsin)
  56. Murphy Lake (Vilas County, Wisconsin)
  57. Murphy Lake (Washington County, Wisconsin)
  58. Namekagon Lake
  59. Otter Lake (Elcho)
  60. Pelican Lake
  61. Petenwell Lake
  62. Pewaukee Lake
  63. Potato Lake
  64. Red Cedar Lake
  65. Red Lake
  66. Rock Dam Lake
  67. Rock Lake
  68. Shawano Lake
  69. Silver Lake
  70. South Twin Lake
  71. Star Lake
  72. Sugar Camp Lake
  73. Tainter Lake
  74. Tomahawk Lake, Oneida County – commonly called Lake Tomahawk on maps.
  75. Trout Bog Lake
  76. Trout Lake
  77. Wazee Lake (at 355 feet (108 m) deep, deepest lake in Wisconsin; man-made lake)
  78. West Alaska Lake
  79. Whitewater Lake (along southern part of the Ice Age Trail and Kettle Moraine State Forest)
  80. Wilson Lake (8 lakes with this name in Wisconsin)
  81. Windigo Lake
  82. Yellowstone Lake


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