Green Lake 115 - Green Lake


Green Lake 115 - Green Lake, Wisconsin

The Green Lake 115 - Green Lake real estate market is a tight inventory marketplace for lake property in Wisconsin.

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  • 27Mi. of Shoreline
  • 104Avg. Depth
  • 236Deepest Depth
  • Ownership
  • Acreage
  • Public Boat Ramps
  • Water Level
    Full Pool Year Round
(920) 294-3320
485 Park Drive
Green Lake , WI 54941
(920) 294-6504
439 Lake Street
Green Lake , WI 54941
Golf Courses
(920) 294-3320
S Valley View Drive
Green Lake, WI 54941
(920) 294-3381
680 Illinois Avenue
Green Lake, WI 54941
(920) 294-3543
W2360 WI-23 Trunk
Green Lake, WI 54941
(920) 294-3543
451 S Lawson Drive
Green Lake, WI 54941
  • Counties: Green Lake County
  • Fish: Channel Catfish, Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass, Walleye
  • Sailing clubs: Green Lake Sailing School
  • Jet skis are allowed.
  • Motorized boats are allowed.
  • Boating restrictions (Yes). -- Wisconsin has several boating restrictions for their lakes. Visit the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources for all information on boating restrictions. (See
  • Dock restrictions (No).
(920) 748-3101
845 Parkside Street
Ripon, WI 54971
Green Bay Austin Straubel International Airport
2077 Airport Drive, Green Bay, WI 54313
75 miles away
J&L Aviation Airport WS46
5531 Brooklyn G Road. Ripon, WI 54971
    About Green Lake 115 - Green Lake
    Located in Green Lake County, Wisconsin

    Green Lake 115 is located in Green Lake, Wisconsin. Madison is 69 miles southwest, Milwaukee is 95 miles southeast, and Chicago, Illinois, is 183 miles southeast.

    There are a few smaller airfields nearby, but the closest major airport is Appleton International Airport, typically an hour's drive. Urgent care can be provided at SSM Health Ripon Community Hospital, 18 minutes away.

    Snacks and groceries can be found at Crossroads Market, 6 minutes away. Many highly rated restaurants are nearby, such as Centerhouse LLC and Christianos Pizza.

    Lake Life

    With 45 acres, Green Lake 115 is only the beginning of a fun-filled lake day. Being connected to Green Lake, the opportunities for fun and excitement are seemingly endless.

    A few popular ways to enjoy the water are boating, jet skiing, swimming, and fishing. A public boat landing can be found on the northern shoreline.

    Anglers looking to toss out a line have the chance to reel in small and largemouth bass and walleye.

    Explore Milwaukee

    Milwaukee is a hot spot for arts, outdoor adventures, and cultural food. Walk along the riverwalk for the best tour of the vibrant city life of Milwaukee. The riverwalk winds through 20 blocks and three neighborhood districts, granting you a vibrant view of the city.

    Stroll down the Old World Third Street and feel as if you have been transported to Germany. These European-style buildings are home to shops and restaurants such as Usinger Sausage, The Spice House, the Old German Beer Hall, and The Brat House. Check out the Basilica of St. Josaphat, the Oriental Theater, and the Pfister Hotel for some of Milwaukee's top architecture.

    Experience the taste of Wisconsin at the Original Cheesehead Factory, which is abundant in cheesy puns and its famous foam hats. In the summer, look for Summerfest, the nation’s largest music festival!

    Weekend In Chicago

    Chicago is an iconic American city that offers something fun for everyone.

    The Navy Pier offers a view of Lake Michigan and is a top attraction, with plenty of boutique shops, quality restaurants, and seasonal exhibits. This 100-year-old pier also sparkles in the summer with its frequent firework nights.

    Millennium Park is another popular outdoor location where guests and residents can take a walk or catch a concert. While you are there, make sure to spot what the locals refer to as “The Bean,” an impressive sculpture crafted by the Indian-born artist Anish Kapoor.

    You cannot leave Chicago without a visit to the famous Art Institute of Chicago, which features 300,000 different artifacts. You can spend hours here!

    To shop and take it easy, stroll through the Magnificent Mile, spanning 13 blocks and boasting 275 restaurants, 460 stores, and 60 hotels.

    For a bird’s eye view of this magnificent city, ascend the John Hancock Center, a 100-story building that provides a breathtaking experience. If you are looking for a more immersive view, head over to the Sears Tower, a 108-story tall building with a scary glass box daredevils can step into to see straight down to the bustling city below.

    Lastly, make sure to catch a game at the historic Wrigley Field and indulge in some delicious deep-dish pizza. A trip to Chicago isn’t complete without it!

    A Great Place To Call Home

    Whether you are looking to buy a family home, a vacation home, or a full-time retirement residence, Green Lake 115 is a perfect choice for a peaceful and quiet lifestyle.