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Day Use Areas



Langlade County offers many day-use areas perfect for fishing, picnicking, wildlife viewing or exploring the various landscapes that Langlade County has to offer! These areas are all publicly owned, vary in size and provide access to different watersheds throughout the county.

Langlade County is home to many pristine spring ponds and streams which make for a perfect day of Trout fishing! For more information on where to go and to view an interactive Trout fishing map please click here!

Langlade County is also home to many seepage lakes which are perfect for bass and panfish fishermen! These lakes vary in size and configuration which make for diverse views if you're simply looking for a place to paddle!

These day-use areas include (click on each location for directions):


Baker Lake Fishing Area 

Size: 17 acres
Max. Depth: 35 feet
Lake Type: Seepage
Fish Species: Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike, Panfish
Public Boat Landing: Info coming soon!
 

Clear Lake Fishing Area | Lake Map

Size: 87 acres
Max. Depth: 25 feet
Lake Type: Seepage
Fish Species: Largemouth Bass and Panfish
Public Boat Landing: Info coming soon!
 

Crooked Lake Fishing Area

Size: 14 acres
Max. Depth: 12 feet
Lake Type: Seepage
Fish Species: Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike, Panfish
Public Boat Landing: Unimproved. Located off Bogus Road on east side of lake. Get directions here.
 

Deep Woods Lake Fishing Area | Lake Map

Size: 71 acres
Max. Depth: 25 feet
Lake Type: Drainage
Fish Species: Musky, Northern Pike, Largemouth Bass, Panfish
Public Boat Landing: Yes, concrete pad. Click here for directions.
 

East Lake Fishing Area (previously known as Squaw Lake)

Size: 11 acres
Max. Depth: 20 feet
Lake Type: Seepage
Fish Species: Largemouth Bass and Panfish
Public Boat Landing: Info coming soon!
 

High Lake Fishing Area | Lake Map

Size: 26 acres
Max. Depth: 13 feet
Lake Type: Drainage
Fish Species: Largemouth Bass and Panfish 
Public Boat Landing: Yes, gravel. Click here for directions.
Other Recreation: Picnic areas and hiking trails
 

Hunting River Fishing Area - More info coming soon!

Size: 
Max. Depth:
Lake Type: River
Fish Species:
Public Boat Landing: No, accessible by canoe. Click here for directions to parking area.
 

Indian Lake Fishing Area | Lake Map

Size: 16 acres
Max. Depth: 21 feet
Lake Type: Seepage
Fish Species: Largemouth Bass and Panfish
Public Boat Landing: Unimproved. Located on southeast side of lake near Bogus Road, click here for directions.
Notes: This is a designated no motors lake meaning gas motors are prohibited. Electric trolling motors are permissible.
 

Lost Lake Fishing Area

Size: 13 acres
Max. Depth: 18 feet
Lake Type: Drainage
Fish Species: Largemouth Bass, Panfish, Northern Pike and Trout
Public Boat Landing: Info coming soon!
 

Low Lake Fishing Area

Size: 12 acres
Max. Depth: 9 feet
Lake Type: Drainage
Fish Species: Unknown
Public Boat Landing: No
 

Moose Lake Public Boat Landing and Fishing Area | Lake Map

Size: 113 acres
Max. Depth: 20 feet
Lake Type: Drainage
Fish Species: Largemouth Bass, Panfish, Northern Pike, Trout
Public Boat Landing: Yes, two present. North side landing is concrete and features a dock (not ADA accessible). Click here for directions. South side landing is gravel and requires boaters to back up 240 feet to launch. Click here for directions.
 

Pence Lake Fishing Area | Lake Map

Size: 23 acres
Max. Depth: 37 feet
Lake Type: Seepage
Fish Species: Trout and Panfish
Public Boat Landing: Yes, gravel. Click here for directions.
Other Recreation: Picnic area
 

Post Lake Dam Fishing Area | Upper Post Lake Map |

This county owned fishing area is located where the Wolf River flows out of Lower Post Lake and continues on south. The area features ample shoreline fishing opportunities and a paved boated landing. The area also features a demonstration area for native and beneficial shoreline plant species.

Upper Post Lake
Size: 765 acres
Max. Depth: 14 feet
Lake Type: Drainage
Fish Species: Large and Smallmouth Bass, Panfish, Walleye, Northern Pike, Musky
Public Boat Landing: Yes, two present. Main access located here with concrete launch pad and parking stalls. Second access is located on the west side of the lake with gravel launch. Click here for directions.

Lower Post Lake
Size: 379 acres
Max. Depth: 9 feet
Lake Type: Drainage
Fish Species: Largemouth Bass, Panfish, Walleye, Northern Pike and Musky
Public Boat Landing: Yes, paved. Click here for directions.
Other Recreation: Picnic areas at Post Lake Dam
 

Rogers Lake Fishing Area | Lake Map

Size: 13 acres
Max. Depth: 30 feet
Lake Type: Seepage
Fish Species: Panfish and Trout
Public Boat Landing: Yes, gravel. Click here for directions.






 

Sawyer Lake Fishing Area | Lake Map

Size: 149 acres
Max. Depth: 31 feet
Lake Type: Seepage
Fish Species: Large and Smallmouth Bass, Panfish, Walleye, Northern Pike
Public Boat Landing: Yes, paved. Click here for directions.
 

Shoestring Lake Fishing Area

Size: 8 acres
Max. Depth: 9 feet
Lake Type: Seepage
Fish Species: Largemouth Bass and Panfish
Public Boat Landing: Unimproved, boaters are required to back up 100 feet to launch. Click here for directions.
 

Snag Lake Fishing Area | Lake Map

Size: 20 acres
Max. Depth: 22 feet
Lake Type: Seepage
Fish Species: Largemouth Bass, Panfish and Northern Pike
Public Boat Landing: Yes, gravel. Click here for directions.
Notes: This is a designated no motors lake meaning gas motors are prohibited. Electric trolling motors are permissible.
 

Townline Lake Fishing Area | Lake Map

Size: 18 acres
Max. Depth: 40 feet
Lake Type: Seepage
Fish Species: Trout
Public Boat Landing: Yes, two. Main access is paved and located here. Second access is gravel and located here.
 

Turtle High Banks River and Fishing Area - More info coming soon!

Size:
Max. Depth:
Lake Type:
Fish Species:
Public Boat Landing: 
 

Two Island Lake Fishing Area

Size: 32 acres
Max. Depth: 19 feet
Lake Type: Seepage
Fish Species: Largemouth Bass, Panfish, Northern Pike
Public Boat Landing: Yes, gravel. Boaters are required to back up 370 feet to launch. Click here for directions.
 

Wolf River - Hwy A Fishing Area

Size: Origin is Pine Lake in Forest County and travels south into Lake Poygan in Winnebago County.
Max. Depth:
Lake Type: River
Fish Species: Brook, Brown and Rainbow Trout, Large and Smallmouth Bass, Walleye, Northern Pike, Musky and Panfish
Public Boat Landing: Not on Hwy A, shoreline fishing opportunities present.
 

Ackley Wildlife and Recreation Area - WiDNR

More info coming soon. Click here for brochure.
 

Peters Marsh Wildlife Area - WiDNR

More info coming soon. Click here for brochure.
 
 

Ice Age National Scenic Trail

The Ice Age Trail traverses the entire state of Wisconsin, with Langlade County making up over 50 miles of the 1,200-mile trail. We are happy to home this unique trail to showcase our natural beauty and diverse landscapes! We are also proud to have Antigo, WI defined as an Ice Age Trail Community! The Langlade County portion is divided up into five segments:
  • Kettlebowl - 9.5 miles
  • Lumbercamp - 12 miles
  • Summit Moraine - 12 miles
  • Highland Lakes - 8 miles
  • Parrish Hills - 12 miles
Looking for a place to park and hike? More information coming soon!

Please visit their website at www.iceagetrail.org for more information or click here to view an interactive map!
 

For more lake facts please visit WiDNR website here. For more information about our day-use areas within Langlade County please call the Forestry, Parks and Recreation Department at 715.627.6300.

Enjoy the Langlade County Forest and please always respect the land; no littering or harassing wildlife!