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Lake Winnebago

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Malone

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Wisconsin

0 0.0  

Lakefront  Commercial For Sale

Sq Ft: 2595   Year: 0 Acres: 0.780  

Rare opportunity to own prime waterfront property, yet minutes...

Lake Winnebago

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Neenah

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Wisconsin

4 4.0  

Lakefront  Home For Sale

Sq Ft: 4376   Year: 1993 Acres: 0.900  

390 Feet of LAKE WINNEBAGO FRONTAGE! Perfect place to locate...

Lake Winnebago

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Malone

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Wisconsin

Lakefront  Lot For Sale

Acres: 1.850  

Tucked away in a secluded paradise surrounded by whispering...

Lake Winnebago

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Fond Du Lac

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Wisconsin

4 4.0  

Home For Sale

Sq Ft: 4831   Year: 1976 Acres: 9.120  

This expansive home is nestled on 2.26 acres of private wooded...

Lake Winnebago

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Oshkosh

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Wisconsin

4 6.0  

Lakefront  Home For Sale

Sq Ft: 4903   Year: 1920 Acres: 2.260  

Enjoy this Southern exposure views of Fox River Channel that is...

Lake Winnebago

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Menasha

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Wisconsin

3 3.0  

Lakefront  Home For Sale

Sq Ft: 1934   Year: 1925 Acres: 0.110  

Million dollar views at a fraction of the cost! Come see this...

Lake Winnebago

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Neenah

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Wisconsin

3 2.0  

Lakefront  Home For Sale

Sq Ft: 2322   Year: 1957 Acres: 0.370  

MOTIVATED SELLER! Here is a wonderful opportunity to own this...

Lake Winnebago

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Fond Du Lac

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Wisconsin

2 3.0  

Lakefront  Home For Sale

Sq Ft: 2450   Year: 2000 Acres: 0.390  

Located on the western shores of Lake Winnebago, this unique...

Lake Winnebago

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Van Dyne

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Wisconsin

3 2.0  

Lakefront  Home For Sale

Sq Ft: 2116   Year: 1900 Acres: 1.580  

Bring your ideas to this prime Lake Winnebago property! Situated...

Lake Winnebago

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Taycheedah

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Wisconsin

Lakefront  Lot For Sale

Acres: 1.370  

Rural 3BR/2BA ranch on cul-de-sac w/ 130' channel frontage...

Lake Winnebago

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Fond Du Lac

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Wisconsin

3 3.0  

Lakefront  Home For Sale

Sq Ft: 2730   Year: 1995 Acres: 0.470  

ring your plans and build the home of your DREAMS! This lot is...

Lake Winnebago

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Malone

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Wisconsin

Lakefront  Lot For Sale

Acres: 0.680  

Lakefront, Privacy & Space! Thinking of Building? Choose One of...

Lake Winnebago

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Chilton

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Wisconsin

Lakefront  Acreage For Sale

Acres: 5.280  

SENSATIONAL WATERFRONT lot to build your dream home. Quiet...

Lake Winnebago

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Chilton

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Wisconsin

Lakefront  Acreage For Sale

Acres: 4.120  

Thinking of Building? Choose One of these amazing Lots for your...

Lake Winnebago

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Chilton

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Wisconsin

Lakefront  Acreage For Sale

Acres: 4.320  

81 FEET of Lake Winnebago frontage to build your new home. This...

Lake Winnebago

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Menasha

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Wisconsin

Lakefront  Lot For Sale

Acres: 0.380  

Adorable ranch style home in a desirable neighborhood location...

Lake Winnebago

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Menasha

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Wisconsin

3 2.0  

Home For Sale

Sq Ft: 1284   Year: 2008 Acres: 0.200  

ENJOY DAILY SUNSETS on the East Shore of Lake Winnebago when you...

Lake Winnebago

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Chilton

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Wisconsin

Lakefront  Lot For Sale

Acres: 1.710  

2 blocks from the lake, this 3 bed 2 full bath home boasts ample...

Lake Winnebago

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Oshkosh

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Wisconsin

3 2.0  

Home For Sale

Sq Ft: 1519   Year: 1920 Acres: 0.160  

Check out this unbelievable DOUBLE LOT! Located on a private...

Lake Winnebago

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Oshkosh

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Wisconsin

Lakefront  Lot For Sale

Acres: 0.820  
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Lake Winnebago Information

Lake Winnebago: Come for the Fish, Stay to Play Lake Winnebago is a premier fishing destination in eastern Wisconsin. Named after the Winnebago Native American tribe who lived in the region, this lake is the perfect place for your next fishing trip. But there is so much more to Lake Winnebago than fish! This lake is also popular with sportsmen of all sorts, and the area’s rich history is sure to enchant amateur historians. When you rent a Lake Winnebago lake house, you may come for the fish, but you will want to stay for the wealth of other entertainment options that you discover. Fishing in Any Season Lake Winnebago has 137,700 acres of surface area and 88 miles of shoreline, making it the largest lake in Wisconsin. This freshwater lake is considered to be one of the top walleye fisheries in the United Sates, and fishermen can also nab bluegill, muskie, sturgeon, northern pike, crappie, flathead and channel catfish, and largemouth and smallmouth bass. With all of these fish waiting to bite, Lake Winnebago is a popular fishing vacation spot. When you rent a Lake Winnebago lake house, you will have access to the lake’s 20 boat landings, so you can quickly get onto the water for a day of angling. In addition to landing a great catch, you may get a surprise on your line; a fisherman recently pulled up a 200-year-old flintlock rifle out of the lake. Lake Winnebago is an all-season fishing lake, meaning that fishing is good throughout the entire year. In the winter, ice fishing is popular on the lake. Snow that accumulates on the ice is plowed away to keep fishing holes accessible. You can even try spearfishing for sturgeon! There are guides who help newbies get in on the hunt. For example, Rod-Bender Guide Service in Kaukauna offers sturgeon shack rentals that include use of a shack, spear, gaff hook, decoy, and (most importantly) a heat source. No matter which season or method you choose for fishing, renting a Lake Winnebago lake house will give you the perfect place to clean, cook, and dine on your fresh catch. Sports on the Lake Fishing isn’t the only sport that Lake Winnebago visitors can enjoy; windsurfers and kite surfers benefit from the steady winds across the lake. Boating is also a favorite activity, and it has been said that you can find more boats on Lake Winnebago than on the whole of the Mississippi River. Summertime swimmers will appreciate the public beach, sandy lakebed, and warm water temperatures that range from 75–85 degrees Fahrenheit. And hiking enthusiasts can find plenty of trails to explore in High Cliff State Park on the north end of the lake. No matter your sport, you’ll loving getting some exercise with the gorgeous lake as your scenic backdrop. Local History in Oshkosh One glance at a map of the Lake Winnebago area will tell you that this region is steeped in history—for example, many of the cities are named after Native American tribes and figures that populated Wisconsin throughout the centuries. Oshkosh is one of these cities, named after Chief Oshkosh. If your Lake Winnebago lake house is on the western side of the lake, you should plan a trip into Oshkosh to see the city’s 33 landmarks on the National Register of Historic Places. These sites range from historic homes, churches, and businesses, most of them relating to the local booming lumber industry in the 19th and early 20th centuries. While some of these sites have been brought back to life as they once were, like the Morgan House, others have been converted to serve new purposes, like lumberman Nathan Paine’s rambling country house which is now Paine Art Center and Arboretum. Oshkosh also has a public museum where you can learn about the history of the town and its relationship with native peoples. Visitors to Lake Winnebago lake house rentals often come back again to experience another unique season at the lake. If you visit for summer vacation to enjoy boating and swimming in a relaxed and fun environment, you should also consider coming back in the winter to try your hand at ice fishing and to see the Mason House decorated for Christmas. And each time you step into your Lake Winnebago lake house, your experience is sure to be unforgettable.
Are Jet Skis permitted on Lake Winnebago? Yes
Can you Swim in Lake Winnebago? Yes
What is the Water Quality at Lake Winnebago? Good
What is the Average water level variance at Lake Winnebago? 6 inches
Are Boat Docks permitted at Lake Winnebago? Yes
Are Power Boats permitted at Lake Winnebago? Yes
What is the Lake Depth at Lake Winnebago? 22 feet
What are the Nearby Cities to Lake Winnebago? Stockbridge - 2 miles, Appleton - 15 miles
What is the Closest Airport to Lake Winnebago? Appleton - 20 miles
What are the Building restrictions at Lake Winnebago? Subject to DNR rules

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