Lauderdale is one of the cleanest lakes around. Spring fed and crystal clear. There are perch, walleye (stocked the past 3 years) northern pike, large and small mouth bass as well as blue gill. Very hilly with lots of oaks. Great lake to swim and ski too. Says Jane Larsen
7 feet of great snow fall per season on the 388-foot height difference of Alpine Valley, the nearby ski resort. Alpine Valley has 20 ski slopes and 14 lifts. The difficult ski slopes
account for 20% of the much-liked ski slopes at Alpine Valley, the ski resort every skier loves. There's 90 acres of skiing territory to take pleasure in, 80% of which are blue and green ski slopes.
Green Lake is not near Lauderdale Lakes, it is the northernmost lake of the three lakes making up Lauderdale Lakes. It is the deepest of the three major basins. The best thing about the lakes is the fishing. Habitat protection is important. Two public launches are available, but the lakes lack any boat rentals. Bait must be purchased and brought along. Panfish and largemouth bass provide the most action. Pike are present and smallmouth bass have been recently stocked. On occasion, a walleye is caught. For articles on fishing in southeast Wisconsin, subscribe for FREE to http://www.examiner.com/x-15565-Milwaukee-Fishing-Examiner
- L.A. Van Veghel