About Our Lake

Beaver Dam Lake, in Barron County, Wisconsin is valued by lakeshore property owners, area residents, visitors, Barron County, and the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources for its fisheries (northern pike, walleyed pike, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, and panfish) and for recreational use. The lake has a surface area of 1169 acres, a maximum depth of 106 feet and a mean depth of 32 feet. Beaver Dam is the deepest lake in Barron County and the sixth deepest in Wisconsin.

 

Beaver Dam Lake is divided by Highway 63 into Beaver Dam West and Beaver Dam East. The West Lake notes a surface area of 848 acres and the East lake 321 acres. The lake has five boat landings, a swimming beach with life guards, and one fishing pier.

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Picturesque. Such a beautiful place.

A View from the Lake - September 7, 2016

A View from the Lake - September 14, 2016

A View from the Lake - October 7, 2016

A View from the Lake - November 17, 2016

A View from the Lake - July 28, 2017

A View from the Lake - December 15, 2017

A View from the Lake - April 4, 2018

A View from the Lake - April 25, 2018

A View from the Lake - August 8, 2018

A View from the Lake - October 17, 2018

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