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Land & Water Conservation

Arkdale Lake:


Arrowhead Lake:


Big Roche-A-Cri Lake:


Camelot Lake:


Castle Rock Lake:


Crooked Lake:

Crooked Lake is located in the Town of Jackson, in south eastern Adams County. It is a natural seepage lake with good to very good water quality and clarity. Crooked Lake has 48 surface acres, with a maximum depth of 56 feet and a mean depth of 14 feet. The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has designated Crooked Lake as an outstanding water body. There is a public boat ramp located on the north side of the lake. The Crooked Lake Association has been active since 2004.


Reports
Aquatic Plant Report 2006
Aquatic Plant Report 2010
Aquatic Plant Report 2014
Critical Habitat Report
Lake Classification Report Long
Lake Classification Report Short
Lake Management Plan Pt 1
Lake Management Plan Pt 2 
Depth Map
Endangered Resources Map
Historical Resources Map
Land Use Map(2010)
Sediment Map
Soils Map
Watersheds Map
Wetlands Map 


Lake Snapshots

Deep Lake:
Deep Lake is located in the Town of Jackson, in southern Adams County, WI, in the south central part of Wisconsin. Deep Lake is a natural seepage lake formed from historical glacier activity. It has good to very good water quality and clarity. There are 35 surface acres, with a maximum depth of 50 feet. The lake has an oval-shaped basin with a steeply-sloping littoral zone. The only public access is a steep stairway “carry-in”. There is no public boat ramp. Deep Lake is the only lake with public access in Adams County without any lake organization or district.


Reports
Aquatic Plant Report 2005
Aquatic Plant Report 2012
Aquatic Plant Report 2016
Aquatic Plant Management Plan
Critical Habitat Report
Lake Classification Report Long
Lake Classification Report Short 
Depth Map
Endangered Resources Map
Historical Resources Map
Land Use Map
Sediment Map
Soils Map
Watersheds Map
Wetlands Map 

Snapshot

Easton Lake:
Easton Lake is located in the Town of Easton, Adams County, WI (T16N, R6E, S28-29), in the south central part of Wisconsin. The impoundment (man-made lake) is 24 surface acres in size. Maximum depth is 11 feet, with an average depth of 5 feet. There is a public boat ramp located on the north side of the lake owned by the Adams County Parks Department. The dam is owned and operated by Adams County. The Easton Lake District in active in the lake’s management.


Reports
Aquatic Plant Report--2012
Lake Classification Long Report
Lake Classification Short Report
Lake Management Plan 
Depth Map
Endangered Resources Map
Historical Resources Map
Land Use Map
Sediment Map
Soils Map
Watersheds Map
Wetlands Map 


Snapshots


Fawn Lake:
Fawn Lake is located in the Town of Dell Prairie, Adams County, WI, in the south central part of Wisconsin. Fawn Lake is a mildly eutrophic impoundment with good water quality and fair water clarity. It has 29 surface acres, with a maximum depth of 13 feet and an average depth of 5 feet. Water level is controlled by a dam owned and maintained by Adams County. There is a public boat ramp on the northeast end of the lake. A public fishing dock is located near the boat ramp. The Fawn Lake District was formed in 2002-2003.
www.fawnlakewd.com


Reports

Aquatic Plant Report 2006
Aquatic Plant Report 2011
Aquatic Plant Report 2015
Critical Habitat Report
Lake Classification Long Report
Lake Classification Short Report
Lake Management Plan
Groundwter Report 2010 
Depth Map
Endangered Resources Map
Historical Resources Map
Land Use Map(2010)
Sediment Map
Soils Map
Watersheds Map
Wetlands Map 



Snapshots
2004-2005
2006
2007
2008
2009-2010
2011
2012-2013
2014-2015
2016-2017

Fenner Lake:
Fenner Lake is mostly located in the Town of New Chester, Adams County, WI. It is a mesotrophic natural seepage lake with fair to very good water quality and very good clarity. The lake has 33 surface acres, with a maximum depth of 30 feet and an average depth of 5 feet. The water level of Fenner Lake has been dropping in the last few years. A study is currently underway to determine causes. Fenner Lake has been designated a no-motor lake for some years. There is a sand boat ramp and swimming area at the far east end of the lake, owned and maintained by Marquette County. There is a Fenner Lake Association.


Reports

Aquatic Plant Report 2005
Aquatic Plant Report 2011
Aquatic Plant Report 2014
Critical Habitat Report
Lake Classification Long
Lake CLassification Short 
Depth Map
Endangered Resources Map
Historical Resources Map
Land Use Map
Sediment Map
Soils Map
Watersheds Map
Wetlands Map 

 

Snapshots
2017


Friendship Lake: 


Goose Lake:

Goose Lake is located in the Town of Jackson, Adams County, WI, in the south central part of Wisconsin. This is a natural seepage lake with good to very good water quality and clarity. It has 81 surface acres, with a maximum depth of 18 feet and an average depth of 7 feet. With no stream outlet, water leaves the lake through groundwater seepage or by evaporation from the lake’s surface. The southwest basin of the lake provides the deepest water habitat. The north and west basins are deep marshes. An island partially separates the west basin and a peninsula partly separates the north basin. Most of the on-lake residences are along the eastern and southern shores. There is a lake Association and Lake District at Goose Lake


Reports
Aquatic Plant Report 2006
Aquatic Plant Report 2011
Aquatic Plant Report 2015
Critical Habitat Report
Lake Classification Long Report
Lake Classification Short Report
Lake Management Plan
Goals 2015
Depth Map
Endangered Resources Map
Historical Resources Map
Land Use Map
Sediment Map
Soils Map
Watersheds Map
Wetland Maps 


Snapshots