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Parks/Lake Access
WILKE LAKE

Wilke Lake covers 97 acres and has a maximum depth of 22 feet. The public access has parking space for 10 car/trailer units and a turn-around area for easier access to the lake. Wilke Lake access also offers a picnic area with grills, a concrete ramp with a port-a-pier and a toilet building.

This lake is best known for it’s large mouth bass, northern pike and walleye. Other species of fish found at Wilke Lake include bluegill and perch. Operating restrictions on motorboats and water skiing are posted at the access.


Location: County Highway JJ, Town of Schleswig
Directions: Take Highway 151 West from Manitowoc to CTH A, South on CTH A approximately 4.5 miles to Ucker Point Creek Road. Travel west on Ucker Point Creek Road 2 miles to Wilke Lake Road. Travel North to the Boat Landing.


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