Lake Camelot WI
Lake Camelot is the largest of the Tri-Lakes located in Rome Township with a sand bottom, about 445 acres of water, a max depth of 24 ft. and an average depth of 9 ft. Fourteen mile creek flows into the lake on the east end, continuous to where Lake Camelot & Lake Sherwood meet on the west end where the dam is located then turn back into the creek and into Lake Arrowhead a short distance down. Spend a day at Lake Camelot County Park located on the south end near the middle of the lake.
Lake Camelot Wisconsin
Photos & Pictures
Types of Fish:
Largemouth Bass, Walleye, Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass and Panfish!
Wake Rules ........
Lakefront Homes & Deed Access Houses - More Homes
Waterfront Properties & Deed Access Lots - More Land
Rome Township is located at the northwest part of Adams County, Central Wisconsin home of the Tri-Lakes; Lake Arrowhead 300 acres, Lakes Sherwood 246 acres & Lake Camelot 445 acres. The areas around the lakes are heavily developed and have covenants, rules, regulations and restrictions. There are literally hundreds of deeded lake access parcels on both sides of Hwy 13 around these all sports fishing lakes. There are a couple of stream running through Rome including Chester Creek, Spring Branch which flows into Sherwood Lake, Fourteen Mile Creek which fills Lake Camelot and Lake Arrowhead then dumps in to Lake Petenwell that is part of the Wisconsin River Flowage System. Twin Lakes is also located in the Township right across the street from Petenwell right by Twin Lakes Nature Preserve; 45 wooded / wetland acres. There are two rock formations Hamilton Mound and D'oro Couche aka Dyracuse Mound part of Dyracuse Off-Road Park close to Monroe Prairie Recreation Area for ATVing. Most of the back roads are open to both ATVing and Snowmobiling via routes. Rome WI is known for the Lake Arrowhead Golf Courses; The Pine Course and The Lakes Course plus Room to Roam Dog Park.
- Rome aka New Rome Wisconsin
Lakes, Rivers, Creeks and Trout Streams
- Lake Petenwell part of the Wisconsin River
- Twin Lakes
- Spring Branch
- Fourteen Mile Creek
- Chester Creek
Public Land & Features for the Area
- Monroe Prairie Recreation Area
- Hamilton Mound
- Dyracuse Off-Road Park
- D'oro Couche aka Dyracuse Mound
- Lake Arrowhead County Park
- Lake Camelot County Park
- Room to Roam Dog Park
- Lake Camelot Public Access (Wisconsin Department of Nature Resources) on Fourteen Mile Creek
Lake Camelot website - https://trilakeswi.com/lake-camelot-wi.html
Lake Camelot Association website - http://www.lakecamelot.org