Lawrence Lake Dam WI - Westfield Creek Wisconsin

Lawrence Lake Dam is located on the east side of the which forms Westfield Creek.  The dam itself is private property but the area around it is open to the public with street side parking and walk-in boat launch signs.

Lawrence Lake | North Boat Launch | South Boat Launch | Dam | Lawrence Creek | Wildlife Area | State Natural Area

Lawrence Lake also known as Lawrence Pond is located in Westfield Township of Marquette County, Central Wisconsin.  The lake is fed by Lawrence Creek trout stream on the Northwest side which helps fill it then is formed by a dam on the eastside which turns into Westfield Creek that flows into the village of Westfield that also creates Westfield Pond.  Lawrence Lake is known typically as a fishing lake that is mostly surrounded by privately owned vacant land parcels and residential homes.  There is a large piece of public land on the northwest side of the lake around Lawrence Creek stream known as Lawrence Creek State Natural Area & Lawrence Creek Wildlife Areas which is open to Hunting, Hiking, Fishing, Wildlife Viewing, Cross Country Skiing and more…

Quick Specs Guide

Types of Fish: Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike, Walleye and Panfish

Size...............
221 Acres
Max Depth........
14 feet
Average Depth...
8 feet
Public Access.....
Drive-in Boat Ramps
Wake Rules ........

Dam: Lawrence Lake to Westfield Creek
Lake Type Drainage: Creek fed by Lawrence Creek Trout Stream
Bottom: Sand and mostly Mud
2 Boat Launches - North & South Sides

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Lawrence Lake Dam Wisconsin