Castle Rock Lake

If you're not on the water, you're not on vacation!

Castle Rock Lake is Wisconsin's fourth largest freshwater lake, measuring 16,500 square acres. A flowage of the Wisconsin River, this body of water is home to a wide variety of fish, including Bluegill, Lake Sturgeon, Largemouth and Smallmouth Bass, Northern Pike, and Walleye. Water ski, tube or cast a line, Castle Rock Lake awaits you!

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Castle Rock Lake Facts

Waterbody ID 1345700
Total Area 12,981 Acres
Waterbody Type Flowage
Coordinates 43.95555830, -90.0378760
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Maximum Depth 35 Feet
Beaches 3 - Click Here for Information
Boat Landings 11 - Click Here for Information


For more information on Castle Rock Lake, please visit Wisconsin DNR's Informational Page.