McLain Lake (Chicog, Wisconsin)

This 150-acre lake is conveniently located west of Minong and just off Highway 77.  It’s about halfway in between Mathews Lake and North and South Twin Lakes.  McClain Lake has a shoreline of 2 miles, a maximum depth of 30 feet, and a mean depth of 11 feet.  Secchi disk readings are around 19 feet.

In McLain Lake, you’ll find northerns, walleyes, largemouth bass, and panfish.  Public access is from a landing at the southwest corner.

Although much of the lake remains undeveloped, the presence of Highway 77 along its southern edge means that McLain Lake has less of a wilderness feel to it.  In exchange, you get convenient access and a quick drive up from the Twin Cities.

There aren’t a lot of homes or cabins on McClain Lake.  Those that do come on the market can be in a wide range of sizes and prices. Many of them have sandy waterfronts that are good for swimming.


Curious to learn more about homes for sale on McLain Lake? As your NW Wisconsin Realtor, I’ll be glad to help you find the lake home, cabin, or waterfront property of your dreams. To get started right now, give me a call at 218-590-6634. Or, you can reach me at jeanhedren@edinarealty.com.

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