Easton Shores Pond WI
Easton Shores Pond is a newer lake as far as the public is concerned due to the recent development around the pond. This small pond which is part of risk creek, flows from the east to the west which is dammed up by a small earthen dam with an overflow tube located near 10th drive. Along the waterfront lots in the Easton Shores Development, an access point has been dedicated for the public to access the pond and another access which is being deeded to the off water parcels.
The pond is about 2 acres with reports of large mouth bass, crappies, bluegills and trout.
Easton Shores Lake is part of the 167 acres development called Easton Shores most parcels range 4 to 6 acre in size that are on or have deeded access to Easton Shores Pond.
Easton Shores Pond Wisconsin
Photos & Pictures of Easton Shores Pond
Types of Fish:
Largemouth Bass and Panfish!
Easton Shores Lake
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Easton Township is Located in Adams County, Central Wisconsin and is home to both Grand Marsh & Grand Marsh State Bank. In the south western part of Easton Township is the Town of White Creek named after White Creek which flows through it. There are 2 small lakes in the township; Easton Lake in the town of Easton and Easton Shores Pond newly opened to the public after the surrounding land was subdivided in to Easton Shores. There are a couple of creeks including Fairbanks Creek, Campbell Creek and Risk Creek, which formed Easton Shores Lake. There are quite a bit of farmland in the area with two named Rock formations; Lighthouse Rock and Rattlesnake Rock.
Grand Marsh is also home of the annual Corn n’ Tator Fest.
Lakes, Rivers, Creeks and Trout Streams
Public Land & Features for the Area
- Quincy Bluffs And Wetland Natural Area
- Remnant Risk Creek
- Remnant Campbell Creek
- Lighthouse Rock
- Rattlesnake Rock