Lauderdale Lake

Wisconsin

Lauderdale Lake, Wisconsin

The Lauderdale Lake real estate market is a top twenty marketplace for lake property in Wisconsin.

The average list price for Lauderdale Lake homes for sale is $750,000. Normally there are about 30 lake homes for sale at Lauderdale Lake, and 10 listings for lots and land.

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    • Ownership
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    • Counties: Walworth County
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    About Lauderdale Lake
    Located in Walworth County, Wisconsin

    This chain consists of three lakes- Green Lake, Middle Lake, and Mill Lake- covering 807 acres with a maximum depth ranging from 42 to 55 feet. Explore the sixteen miles of shoreline through the connecting lakes. Find your place at Lauderdale Lakes!

    The nearest hospital to the Lauderdale Lakes is the 24-hour Aurora Lakeland Medical Center, and the nearest airport is the General Mitchell International Airport in Milwaukee. You’ll find the perfect mix of lake life and city life by the Lauderdale Lakes!

    Life on the Water

    You’ll surely find a good catch fishing at the Lauderdale Lakes! There’s an abundance of northern pike, pickerel, largemouth bass, yellow perch, smallmouth bass, walleye, bullhead, crappie, and bluegill in the Lauderdale Lakes. The connecting chain of lakes provides unlimited opportunities and amenities for fishing.

    Other than fishing, locals and visitors enjoy boating, jet-skiing, water-skiing, tubing, kayaking, canoeing, paddle boarding, swimming, and more through the connected lakes. Public boat ramps are available and accessible by the eastern shore of Mill Lake and the western shore of Green and Middle Lakes.

    What’s Nearby

    There’s so much to offer and do by the Lauderdale Lakes. You can hike the beautiful scenic trails of the Ice Age within minutes of the lakes. Visitors enjoy having a picnic, fishing, or just taking in the great outdoors at Ice Age.

    The Kettle Moraine State Forest covers over 20,000 acres of glacial hills and is northwest of the Lauderdale Lakes. Visitors enjoy hiking, biking, horse riding, snowmobiling, and skiing on the trails of the forest, swimming and laying out on the two beaches, and camping out at one of the three campgrounds there.

    For breakfast, dine at The Lakehouse. For lunch, try Lefty’s Chicago Style Hot Dogs, and for dinner, go to The Turtle Lake Tap and Grill. All three are local favorites, but there are plenty of other dining options surrounding the lakes.

    Why Lauderdale Lake?

    The connecting chain of lakes will keep you busy and your heart full from its natural beauty to its endless opportunities in and out of the water!