This 1, 049 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. (With a small boat or paddle craft, you can also explore the Teal River Flowage for about two miles before it narrows down into the Teal River.)
Teal Lake itself has a shoreline of 10.45 miles, a maximum depth of 31 feet, and secchi disk readings of around 6 feet. In it, you’ll find muskies, northerns, walleyes, largemouth bass, and panfish. Access is via two boat landings and multiple resorts—plus the landings, resorts, and campground on Lost Land Lake. Still, because of the special boating regulations, Teal Lake is relatively quiet and has a wild, up-north sort of feel.
As you can see from this aerial, Teal Lake has a meandering shoreline with numerous islands, 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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