Take a scenic road trip around Lake Winnebago. Experience Wisconsin's beauty and serenity and enjoy the best in hospitality as you journey around the largest lake in Wisconsin.
The Winnebago System is comprised of several bodies of water, lakes Winnebago, Butte des Morts, Winneconne, Poygan and the Fox and Wolf Rivers.
Lake Winnebagois located in east central Wisconsin. 28 miles long and 10 miles wide with a maximum depth 22 feet. It covers 137,708 acres and is home to onelargest Lake Sturgeon populations in the world.
Lake Winneconneis the smallest of the upriver lakes and covers 4,507 acres. The main base has a maximum depth of 9 feet. It is located immediately north of the village of Winneconne and east of and connected to Lake Poygan.
Lake Poyganis the largest of the upriver lakes and covers 14,102 acres. Poygan has a maximum depth of 12 feet. It is located northeast of the village of Winneconne and south of Fremont.
The Fox Riverruns from the Eureka Dam, downstream to Lake Butte des Morts to Lake Winnebago through the city of Oshkosh.
The Wolf Riverflows from the town of New London, downstream to Lake Poygan. From there, it flows from Lake Winneconne to Lake Butte des Morts.
Calumet CountyFor more information on Calumet County:
Calumet County Planning & Tourism
920-849-1493 ext 790
Fond du Lac CountyFor more information on Fond du Lac County:
Fond du Lac Area Convention and Visitors Bureau Tourist Information Center
800-937-9123 • (920) 923-3010
Kewaunee CountyFor more information on Kewaunee County:
Kewaunee County Promotions
Winnebago CountyFor more information on Winnebago County:
Oshkosh Convention & Visitors Bureau