Size:   2,437 square acres

Mean Depth:   15 feet

Max Depth:   45 feet
Pewaukee Lake is the largest of the Lake Country lakes and lies within municipalities of the City of
Pewaukee, Village of Pewaukee and Town of Delafield. Residents of Pewaukee Lake have easy
access to the nearby expressways and an easy commute to Milwaukee. It is one of the most sought after
lakes for real estate with homes ranging from small cottages to grand lake estates and encompassing
all price ranges. Pewaukee Lake has an active Yacht Club and has quite a few restaurants and taverns
with boater access. It is a good lake for sailing, water skiing, swimming and fishing.  Pewaukee Lake is
also known as an active winter lake.  Ice fishing, snowmobiling and ice boating are very popular here.  
There is a charming downtown area in the Village of Pewaukee with a public beach, restaurants and
shops. There are public boat launches on the west side of the lake off Maple Ave. (Hwy. E), and on the
east side of the lake off Prospect Avenue on Lakeview Blvd. There is also boat launching available at
many of the taverns and bait shops around the lake.  This lake is well known as a great lake for Muskie
fishing, and almost every year a record sized lunker is reeled in here.  Anglers will also find Bluegill,
Crappie, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth bass, Walleye and Northern Pike in this lake.   
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Pewaukee Lake
Cell: 262-337-0438
Office: 262-754-6400 x1319
Fax: 262-646-6810

First Weber Group Realtors
2750-A Golf Rd., Delafield WI  53018
Kevin Markley
Waukesha County, WI