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Land & Water Conservation

Camelot Lake
The Camelot Lakes are located in the Town of Rome, Adams County, WI, in the south central part of Wisconsin. They are part of a series of lakes commonly called “Tri-Lakes”. Lower Camelot Lake is the first lake in the series, where Fourteen Mile Creek enters. Lower Camelot Lake is 260 surface acres, with a maximum depth is 24 feet and an average depth of 8 feet. Spring Branch Creek enters Upper Camelot Lake, which has 191 surface acres, a maximum depth of about 25 feet, and an average depth of 8 feet. A channel connects Lower Camelot Lake to Upper Camelot Lake. There is a public boat ramp located on southwest side of Lower Camelot Lake owned by The Adams County Parks Department. The dams that impound these streams & form the lakes are owned and maintained by Adams County. The lake shores on both lakes are heavily developed. The lakes are managed by the Tri-Lakes Management District; there is also an active Camelot Property Owners Association.

www.lakecamelot.org
www.trilakesmanagement.com

Lower Camelot
Aquatic Plant Report 2006
Aquatic Plant Report 2009
Aquatic Plant Report 2013 
Snapshots:
1977-19871988-1992;
1993-199520002001-2005
2007-20082009;
2010-20112012-2013;
2014-2015 
Upper Camelot
Aquatic Plant Report 2006
Aquatic Plant Report 2009
Aquatic Plant Report 2013 
Snapshots:
1986-19881989-1991;
1993-199920002001-2005
20062007-20082009
2010-20112012-20132014-2015 
Channel
Aquatic Plant Report 2006
Aquatic Plant Report 2009
Aquatic Plant Report 2013 
Lake Classification Report Long
Lake Classification Report Short
Tri-Lakes Management Plan 2015 Pt 2
Endangered Resources Map
Historical Resources Map
Land Use Map (2010)
Watershed Soils Map
Watersheds Map
Wetlands Map