Tri-Lakes, WI. | Lake Arrowhead | Lake Camelot | Lake Sherwood
The Tri-lakes do offer plenty of recreation for both on and off the water. Rome Township has 2 county parks both on water; Lake Arrowhead County Park and Lake Camelot County Park. You can find a huge ATV routing system shared with adjoining Townships to the South plus 4 square miles of ATV Trails called the Monroe Prairie Recreational Area.
Lake Sherwood also known as Deer Lodge Lake is the smallest of the Tri-Lakes with 246 acres but has the deepest average depth of 10 feet and sites in-between Arrowhead and Camelot but is not home to… more info
Lake Sherwood Association website- http://www.lakesherwoodassoc.com
Sherwood Lake Map - http://www.dnr.state.wi.us/org/water/fhp/lakes/lakemap/1377900z.htm
Lake Arrowhead aka Manchester Lake is the 2nd largest and the regulated and popular of the Tri-Lakes with about 350 acres of freshwater with a max depth of 30 ft fed by Fourteen Mile Creek. Public has access to the lake using Lake Arrowhead County Park with boat docks, a sandy beach, playground… more info
Lake Arrowhead Association website - http://www.lakearrowhead-golf.com
Lake Arrowhead Golf Courses & Golfing - http://www.lakearrowheadgolf.com/
Lake Camelot is the largest of the tri lakes with 445 ski able acres and a average depth of 9 feet and has a county park open to the public plus several private access points only open to the real estate owners around the… more info
Lake Camelot Association website - http://www.lakecamelot.org
Camelot Lake Map - http://www.dnr.state.wi.us/org/water/fhp/lakes/lakemap/1378100z.htm
The Tri-lakes are surrounded by ATV Routes, snowmobile trails and plenty of public land for your enjoyment.