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Tri-Lakes WI

Tri-Lakes WI is located in Rome Township, Adams County of Central Wisconsin south of Wisconsin Rapids.  The Tri Lakes consist of Lake Arrowhead 350 acres of water and a max depth of 30 ft., Lake Camelot 445 acres of water, a max depth of 24 ft., 246 acres of water and a max depth of 27 ft.  This area features Room to Roam Dog Park, Lake Arrowhead County Park, Shermalot Water Ski Show, The Pines Golf Course, The Lake Golf Course, Lake Camelot County Park, Fourteen Mile Creek, Spring Brook, Lake Sherwood County Park and more...  Rome Township is loaded with ATV Routes, Snowmobile Trails and Public Lands!

Tri-Lakes Fishing

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

Tri Lakes Wisconsin

Lake Arrowhead WI

Lake Arrowhead is located in Rome Township of Adams County, Central Wisconsin it's also known as Manchester Lake (according to the official Wisconsin Lake Book by WI Department of Natural Resource) It is the second largest of the Tri-lakes with about 350 acres of water and a max depth of 30 ft. The Tri-lakes are all heavily subdivided and have covenants and some areas have association fees Lake Arrowhead is probably best known for it’s golf course, Lake Arrowhead County Park and Shermalot Water Ski Show. The Lake Arrowhead Golf Course consists of 2 courses; the original, “The Pines Course” & “The Lake Course” which has more water hazards. Both of these golf courses are 18 holes and have been recognized by Golf Digest as 2 of the better courses in the country including a 4.5 star rating on The Pines Course.

The county park is call Lake Arrowhead County Park, it’s located on the western shoreline close to where the dam flows the water back into Fourteen Mile Creek.  Arrowhead Lake has a nice variety of fish including Walleye, Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike and Panfish also check out the Wisconsin Wildlife around The Tri-Lakes. Not too far down stream is Wisconsin’s 2nd largest body of water; Lake Petenwell.

Arrowhead Lake - Tri-Lakes

Quick Specs Guide

Size.................
350 Acres
Max Depth........
30 feet
Average Depth...
Unknown
Public Access....
Boat Ramp
Wake Rules .......
Unknown

Lake Camelot WI

Lake Camelot is located in Rome Township of Adams County, Central Wisconsin and is the largest of the Tri-lakes with a sand bottom, about 445 acres of water, a max depth of 24 ft. and an average depth of 9 ft.  Fourteen Mile Creek flows into the lake on the east end, continuous to where Lake Camelot & Lake Sherwood meet on the west end where the dam is located then turn back into the creek and into Lake Arrowhead a short distance down.  Spend a day at Lake Camelot County Park located on the south end near the middle of the lake.

The county park is call Lake Camelot County Park, it’s located on the western shoreline close to where the dam flows the water into Lake Sherwood and then back into Fourteen Mile creek.  Camelot Lake has a nice variety of fish including Walleye, Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike and Panfish also check out the Wisconsin Wildlife around The Tri-Lakes. Not too far down stream is Wisconsin’s 2nd largest body of water; Lake Petenwell.

Camelot Lake - Tri-Lakes

Quick Specs Guide

Size.................
445 Acres
Max Depth........
24 feet
Average Depth...
9 feet
Public Access....
Boat Ramp
Wake Rules .......
Unknown

 

Lake Sherwood WI

Lake Sherwood is located in Rome Township of Adams County, Central Wisconsin also known as Deer Lodge Lake because the Tri-Lakes Deer Lodge. Sherwood is the smallest of the Tri-lakes with about 246 acres of water and a max depth of 27 ft. and an average depth of 10 ft. It's fed by Spring Brook which flows into the lake from the northeast. You would think that Lake Sherwood would be the home of Shermalot Waterski show but that is on Lake Arrowhead.

The county park is call Lake Sherwood County Park, it’s located on the western shoreline close to where the dam flows the water into into Fourteen Mile Creek then into Lake Arrowhead.  Sherwood has a nice variety of fish including Walleye, Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike and Panfish also check out the Wisconsin Wildlife around The Tri-Lakes. Not too far down stream is Wisconsin’s 2nd largest body of water; Lake Petenwell.

Sherwood Lake - Tri-Lake

Quick Specs Guide

Size.................
246 Acres
Max Depth........
27 feet
Average Depth...
10 feet
Public Access....
Boat Ramp
Wake Rules .......
Unknown

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Nearby Lakes, Rivers, Creeks and Trout Streams

  • Lake Sherwood
  • Lake Camelot
  • Spring Brook
  • Fourteen Mile Creek
  • Tenmile Creek
  • Dorro Couche Lake
  • Dead Horse Creek
  • Big Roche-A-Cri Creek - Trout Stream
  • Twin Lakes
  • Lake Petenwell
  • Wisconsin River
  • Leaola Ditch
  • Chesters Creek
  • Big Roche-A-Cri Lake
  • Sevenmile Creek

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