Twin Lakes Nature Center Beach & Walk-in Launch on Lake Petenwell

Twin Lakes Nature Center Beach & Walk-in Launch on Lake PetenwellLake Petenwell Sandy Beach

Twin Lakes Nature Center Beach & Walk-in Launch on Lake Petenwell is located in Rome Township, Adams County, Central Wisconsin just west of Twin Lakes on County Road Z by Aniwa Ct.  This land is owned by Wisconsin River Power Company who built the lake in the 1940s by damming the Wisconsin River by State Road 21 with the Petenwell Hydro Dam.  Twin Lakes Nature Center walk-in boat launch is great for small fishing boat, canoes and kayaks.  On the eastside of County Road Z is a wetland area with a culvert under the road to a small bay then creates an flow current out to Petenwell.  This area offer good shoreline fishing for carp, catfish, perch and the occational bass, northern pike and even musky

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Lake Petenwell

Lake Petenwell is Wisconsin’s second largest body of water (23,000+ Acres), created by Wisconsin River Power Company in the 1940s by building a Hydroelectric Dam on the Wisconsin River. Lake Petenwell is also known as Petenwell flowage. It has plenty of fine waterfront real estate around Petenwell County Park which is one of Central Wisconsin’s most popular parks. Just south of the Petenwell Dam, is Castle Rock Lake, which is WI 4th largest lake.  You can not boat from lake petenwell to castle rock lake. Theses two lakes, along with the Wisconsin, River separate Adams County & Juneau Cty. Today Lake Petenwell is one of Central Wisconsin biggest attractions along with Wisconsin Dells, which is only about 30 minutes directly south.

Petenwell Flowage Public Beach Area

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Cities, Towns and Villages

LakesRivers, Creeks and Trout Streams

Public Land & Features for the Area

  • Twin Lakes Nature Preserve - Rome Township Land
  • Twin Lakes Nature Center Beach and Walk-in Launch on Lake Petenwell
  • Monroe Prairie Recreation Area
  • Hamilton Mound
  • Dyracuse Off-Road Park
  • D'oro Couche aka Dyracuse Mound
  • Lake Arrowhead County Park
  • Lake Camelot County Park
  • Room to Roam Dog Park
  • Lake Camelot Public Access (Wisconsin Department of Nature Resources) on Fourteen Mile Creek

Rome Township Developments and Subdivision

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Twin Lakes Nature Center