Upper White River Millpond, Waushara County- Critical Habitat Designation
The Upper White River Millpond is a 64-acre impoundment of the spring pond to the West Branch of the White River. Maximum depth is 29 feet, average depth is 13 feet with 2.1 miles of shoreline.
The shoreline has varying levels of development with the south shoreline being the least developed on the lake. The undeveloped shorelines have diverse, high value aquatic plants and are buffered by forest. There are 42 homes on the lake with the majority being on the north side. The lake is a no-wake lake thus some activities such as water skiing are prohibited. Despite the no-wake ordinance, the lake is popular for fishing, swimming, canoeing and relaxation. A public access boat ramp off of Lake Drive along the northeast side of the lake offers access to a wide variety of users. The preservation of the lake as a whole is a goal of the Lake District.
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