About Green Lake

People say Green Lake has been the best-kept secret in the Midwest. Green Lake is the oldest resort community west of Niagara Falls located on Wisconsin’s deepest lake. Resorts here have attracted vacationers since the mid 1800’s.

Green Lake is over 7 miles long, 2-1/2 miles wide, covering 7,300 acres of excellent sailing, boating, fishing, swimming, and other water sports. The area also a destination that features many superb golf courses making it a golfer’s Mecca from early spring to late fall. There are concerts in the park as well as many nationally renowned artists perform at the historic Thrasher Opera House.

Although summer is the most active time of year, winter also provides many enjoyable activities. Ice fishing, hunting, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, and events throughout the Holidays are some of the activities enjoyed here.

“The Native Americans called it Monapacataca, the French called it Grand Lac Verde, we call it Green Lake, and you’ll want to call it home.”

Looking for more information about the Green Lake area? Try one of these web sites.

Green Lake Area Chamber of Commerce

The Green Lake Area Chamber of Commerce web site providing information about the area.

Green Lake Country Visitors Bureau

A web site devoted to bringing you information about Green Lake and the surrounding communities.

Green Lake County

Information about Green Lake County.

Green Lake School District

Learn about Green Lake schools.

Thrasher Opera House

Thrasher Opera House is a historic theater in Green Lake, Wisconsin, United States. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1999.