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    About Wooster Lake
    To the East of Pistakee Lake

    Wooster Lake is a lake in Lake County, Illinois. It is located near Illinois Route 134 and Wilson Road, predominantly in unincorporated Ingleside. It is a glacially-formed, private lake that is 99 acres in size.

    This lake's unique feature is that it is the fourth deepest lake (on average) in Lake County, which has over 90 lakes on its borders.

    Wooster Lake is also conveniently close to Pistakee Lake, one of fifteen lakes that make up the popular Chain O'Lakes system.

    Lake Recreation

    Like the Chain O' Lakes waterway system, anglers are sure to have a great time fishing this lake. With largemouth bass, northern pike, and green sunfish being some of the more popular catches. Of course, if you aren't lucky on Wooster Lake, you can always try fishing on any of the Chain O' Lakes.

    Just north is the Grant Woods Forest Preserve, which totals 1,226 acres in size. It is the perfect place to spend the day biking, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, picnicking, skiing, and more. Nature lovers with all levels of experience can enjoy the scenic walking trails with bridges across the marsh.

    A Popular Region

    Just around Wooster Lake are several local pubs, restaurants, grills, and bars to spice up a relaxing day.

    Due to the large size of the 7,000-acre Chain O'Lakes region nearby, there is a plethora of shops, restaurants, vacation rentals, and attractions for the family to enjoy.

    Live Your Best Life on Valley Lake

    Whether you are looking to buy a family home, a full-time retirement residence, or a vacation rental, Wooster Lake is an excellent choice.