|Beaver Lake: 315 acres; upscale residences; quiet lake. Private Chenequa Golf club. Carry-in boat
access only off Hwy 83. Excellent clarity.
Fowler Lake: 78 acres; City lake, yet quiet and scenic. Two-mile walking/biking bath around the lake.
Public boat ramp and city park. Annual Art Festival in August.
Upper Genesee Lake: 37 acres; non-motorized quiet lake. Great fishing. Carry on access only.
Middle Genesee Lake: 93 acres; Largest of the Genesee Lakes, peaceful with an "up north" feeling. No
Lower Genesee Lake: 62 acres; peaceful with an "up north" feeling. Older cottages and larger upscale
Golden Lake: 258 acres; Located on the Waukesha /Jefferson County line. Public boat ramp.
Hunters Lake: 65 acres; private lake for a quiet getaway or lake access from one of the areas finest
subdivisions "The Preserve at Hunters Lake".
Lake Keesus: 227 acres; strong lake community. Cottages, updated homes and new construction dot
the shoreline. Public ramp.
Lac La Belle: 1,117 acres; Upscale residences. One of Lake Country's premiere lakes. Public boat
ramps & city beach. Very clear water.
Moose Lake: 81 acres; mix of larger new homes and older summer cottages. No public boat access.
Pristine lake. Good fishing. Sandy bottoms.
Nagawicka Lake: 958 acres; Very active lake recreation with a County Park. Public access and boat
Upper Nashotah Lake: 133 acres; private; Nashotah House (Episcopal Seminary) owns large parcel;
few residences; Carry-in boat access only. Good fishing.
Lower Nashotah Lake: 92 acres; Private. Carry-in boat access only. One of few lakes supporting trout.
Exclusive lake with "up north" feel.
Upper Nemahbin Lake: 283 acres; Scenic natural shoreline gives "north woods" feel. Boat ramp
located on the channel between Upper & Lower Nemahbin Lakes.
Lower Nemahbin Lake: 271 acres; Quiet fisherman's lake. Sandy shorelines. Public access and boat
ramp on channel between lakes.
North Lake: 437 acres; Quiet lake; upscale residences and older cottages. Evergreen Condominiums.
No public boat access.
Oconomowoc Lake: 767 acres; Exclusive; upscale residences. Private Oconomowoc Lake Club. No
public boat access, but boaters can gain access via the Oconomowoc River.
Okauchee Lake: 1,187 acres; One of the busiest lakes in Waukesha County, restaurants, yacht club,
sail boat races, and other events. Public access and boat ramp. Very good fishing lake.
Pewaukee Lake: 2,493 acres: Extremely active, heavily public use. Lake Country's largest and busiest
lake. Two public boat ramps and carry-in access.
Pine Lake: 703 acres; Upscale residences and mansions; Very clear water. Private island owned by
Pine Lake Association. New public boat launch. Wooded shoreline.
Pretty Lake: 54 acres; small town community and year round lake homes. Good fishing. Public boat
Silver Lake: 222 acres; Quiet, private feeling; weekend restrictions. One public boat ramp. Future
condominium project being considered.
Waterville Lake: 68 acres; quiet, private lake living with larger homes and well manicured mature lots.
Good swimming & boating.