Lake Winnebago is a shallow freshwater lake in the north-central United States, located in east central Wisconsin. At 137,700 acres it is the largest lake entirely within the state, covering an area of about 30 by 10 miles, with 88 miles of shoreline, an average depth of 15.5 feet, and a maximum depth of 21 feet.
High Cliff State Park on the lake's northeast shore offers camping, hiking trails, views of the lake, a marina, beach, an observation tower, and picnic areas. Camping is available at Calumet County Park and Columbia County Park in Fond du Lac County. Effigy mounds overlook the lake at High Cliff and Calumet County Park.
Lake Winnebago is one of the more heavily fished lakes in the state. Many fishermen consider it one of the nation's top walleye fisheries. Other species present include bluegill, largemouth bass, muskellunge, northern pike, perch, burbot, white bass, Crappie, freshwater drum, channel catfish, flathead catfish, and smallmouth bass.
Come take a look at the beautiful natural escarpment that hugs the east shore and offers breathtaking views & sunsets of Lake Winnebago.
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More information on shoreland zoning: https://dnr.wi.gov/topic/ShorelandZoning/