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Things to do in Green Lake, Wisconsin

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We know that you will fall in love with our lake, nature, citizens, events and businesses alike. Partake in fishing, golfing, boating, shopping, dining and other activities while you let us take the worry out of your life just for a moment. There are plenty of things to do around Green Lake, WI.

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No matter what time of year you like to fish, Big Green Lake offers ample opportunity to catch the big one. Known as Wisconsin's deepest inland lake at 237 feet deep, the over 7000 acres of water is clear and unique. Through the years, Big Green has achieved the reputation of being the best inland Lake Trout fishery in the Midwest. It doesn't stop there however, as we have large numbers of Large and Smallmouth Bass, Walleye, Northern Pike, Muskie, Cisco, White Bass and nice Bluegill. The game fish season opens May 1 of every year and Green Lake does allow motor trolling. Check with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources for confirmation of regulations.


FORE! Our avid golf enthusiasts, we offer a golf pack which enables guests to choose a package that will allow for rounds of golf at 3 out of 4 different area golf courses. Think about it. Three days of golf (18 holes per day, unlimited upon availability), 2 nights lodging and $40 in "fun money" (coupons redeemable at Green Lakes' finest restaurants). Pick 3 out of 4 courses offered: Lawsonia, Mascoutin, Tuscumbia and White Lake. We also offer early spring and late fall golf packages. Please contact us to inquire on the current rates and availability.

Green Lake

27 miles of shoreline. 237 feet deep. Over 7,000 acres of surface water to enjoy. That is Green Lake, Wisconsin's deepest inland lake. Sport fishing is bountiful, producing walleye, muskie, bass, bluegill, northern pike, and lake trout. Popular activities on the lake include swimming, leisurely boating, kayaking, canoeing, as well as competitive sail boat regattas, fishing tournaments, ice boating and snowmobiling.
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