Lake Dutch Hollow

Written by Norene Anderson
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Lake Dutch Hollow is a 200-acre manmade lake in Wisconsin. The site was originally farmland with rolling hills. A dam was built on Dutch Hollow Creek northwest of La Valle, Wisconsin. The control of the spillway keeps the highest water level at 960 feet above sea level. The lake is contained by approximately 8.5 miles of shoreline. This has become a very popular and desirable site for families.

Land around Lake Dutch Hollow is available now, zoned into just over 1,100 separate lots for families. This area is new enough that there are plenty of choices for new home sites. It is important to ask for zoning ordinances before designing your dream home. Some shoreline restrictions have a minimum distance from the water line or high water mark. Boat houses and piers may have size restrictions at different sites.

Benefits of Living at Lake Dutch Hollow

There are many trails in the Lake Dutch Hollow area. One of these is a horse trail that goes around the lake. There are biking trails, hiking trails, and horseback riding trails. As the snow takes over the ground, these trails become snowmobiling trails. The beauty just never stops. The method of travel simply changes.

Some of the fish you might find in the lake include large mouth bass, crappie, sunfish, muskie, walleye, and blue gill. This great get-away is located only 60 miles from Wisconsin's state capitol. A vacation home at Lake Dutch Hollow will give you hours of relaxing pleasure to unwind from a busy workweek.


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