Wisconsin Is Home To A Bottomless Lake And You’ll Want To See It For Yourself
We may not officially have the title of Land of 10,000 Lakes like our neighbors, but there are thousands of lakes in Wisconsin. The Wisconsin lakes range from little ponds that can be waded across to huge inland waters that you could spend all day exploring with a boat. There’s one Wisconsin lake that’s unlike any other, though. This is allegedly a lake with no bottom! Of course, it actually does have a bottom, but it is the deepest lake in Wisconsin. Wazee Lake is a stunning spot that you absolutely must see for yourself.
If you’re planning on heading out to the lake, make sure to apply sunscreen for protection! We recommend Sun Bum from REI.
Learn more about the Wazee Lake Recreation Area, including admission fees, scuba fees, and camping fees on the Jackson County website. The county claims the lake is the clearest lake in Wisconsin – here’s another amazing lake that also claims the title.
Have you ever been to this lake with no bottom in Wisconsin? If so, what did you think about it? We’d love to read about your experience in the comments section!
If you’re still in the mood for more Wisconsin outdoor adventures, take a look at this video:
More to Explore
Where can we find other Wisconsin lakes?
- Lake Tomah is where anglers go to catch to panfish, largemouth bass, and northern pike.
- Lake Pepin is the largest lake on the Mississippi River.
- Devil's Lake at Devil's Lake State Park has two large, sandy beaches and several popular hiking trails.
Read on to learn more about the other wonderful lakes in Wisconsin.
Where can we find places with great views in Wisconsin?
- The Wisconsin Dells are known for their amazing views both at the lower levels as well as up on the tall water features.
- Kilbourn Park in Milwaukee offers fantastic views of downtown.
- Wyalusing State Park features spectacular views from its spot at the confluence of the Wisconsin and Mississippi Rivers.
Read on to learn more about the other places with great views in Wisconsin.
Where can we find historical sites in Wisconsin?
- The Little White Schoolhouse in Ripon is where the national Republican party was formed in 1856.
- The Silver Mound Archeological District is where some Native American tribes quarried quartzite for stone tools.
- The Astor Fur Warehouse in Prairie du Chien is believed to be the only still standing fur trading warehouse in the Upper Mississippi.
Read on to learn more about the many historical sites in Wisconsin.