Fawn Lake WI
Fawn Lake is a 20 acre body of water located in Dell Prairie Township of Adams County, Central Wisconsin, just 15 minutes north of the famous Wisconsin Dells. There’s not much information about Fawn Lake but from looking at maps and personally visiting the lake a couple times there’s small creek that feeds the lake from the east. Most of the maps do not show a river, creek or steams coming into Fawn Lake they do show Trout Creek starting right from the Westside of the lake and flowing into the Wisconsin River about ¾ miles away.
Fawn Lake was heavily developed with small quarter to half acre parcels, both on and around the lake many years ago. You can find a wide variety of full time residential home of nice wooded campsites and even a few mobile homes.
Fawn Lake Wisconsin
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Types of Fish:
Largemouth Bass and Panfish!
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Dell Prairie is located in Adams County, Central Wisconsin just north of Wisconsin Dells at the main intersection of State Highway 13 & County Road K. It's known for several miles of Wisconsin River frontage bordering the westside and separating Adams County from Juneau County, WI. Here you can find Fawn Lake which flows into Trout Creek. Also there is Shadduck Creek, Gulch Creek and Plainville Creek which runs right past Plainville. Dell Prairie is just north of the famous Wisconsin Dells. There are two rock formations in this township, the historical Steamboat Rock and Elephant Rock.
Lakes, Rivers, Creeks and Trout Streams
- Corning Creek - Trout Stream
- Plainville Creek - Trout Stream
- Gulch Creek also known as Witches Gulch - Trout Stream
- Fawn Lake
- Trout Creek
- Shadduck Creek
- Wisconsin River
Public Land & Area Features
- Dells of Wisconsin River Natural Area
- Steamboat Rock
- Elephant Back Rock