The waters of Green Lake attracted the first settlers to this East Central Wisconsin area. Green Lake has 27 miles of shoreline. With a depth of approximately 237 feet, the lake is the deepest inland lake in Wisconsin. By the 1860’s visitors from around the Midwest discovered the area as a refreshing resort community. By the 1890’s fishing, golfing and sailing were already well established in this small community, and continue today.
The route circumnavigates the entire lake, for 23 miles, passing by farms, historic log cabins, downtown Green Lake, and tons of wildlife.
Nice job Will on the new FKT!👊
Thank you Jason! Such a beautiful route. Go break it again!