This 1, 304 acre lake is one of Sawyer County’s three Quiet Lakes: Lost Land Lake, Teal Lake, and Ghost Lake. All three have have a 10 mph speed limit, prohibiting water skiing and jet skiing. Lost Land Lake and Teal Lake are connected by a navigable channel, giving you over 2,350 acres and 21 miles of shoreline to explore.
Lost Land Lake itself has a shoreline of 11.3 miles, a maximum depth of 21 feet, and a mean depth of 12 feet. In it, you’ll find muskies, northerns, walleyes, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, and panfish. Secchi disk readings are around 6 feet. Access is via a boat landing on the western shore, plus a campground and multiple resorts. Still, because of the special boating regulations, Lost Land Lake is relatively quiet and has a wild, up-north sort of feel.
As you can see from this aerial, Lost Land Lake has a meandering shoreline with numerous bays and peninsulas. Expect to pay a premium for a cabin or lake home on this large lake that’s also relatively quiet; most are in the upper price ranges.
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