Little Muskego Lake - Launch at Idle Isle
- Boat Launch
- Drinking Fountain
- Picnic Area
- Picnic Tables
- Play Equipment
- Swimming Beach
- Walking Trails
Little Muskego Lake is a 506 acre flow-through lake with extensive shallow margins and a single deep basin. The lake has a maximum depth of 65 feet and averages 14 feet deep. The bottom substrate predominantly consists of silt or muck. Because of the impounding effects of the outlet dam, originally constructed in 1838, the lake level is approximately eight feet higher and the surface area has more than doubled compared to the original natural lake basin.
Anglers seek game fish species including largemouth bass, northern pike, and walleyes as well as several panfish species.
This seven-acre community park contains:
- a boat launch (Little Muskego Lake)
- a fishing pier
- indoor restrooms May-September and portable restrooms during off-season
- concession sales and rental equipment
For more information on the park, please see the Idle Isle Park information here.
Launch fees at Idle Isle (paid at the electronic pay stations) are determined by the boat size.
a. Boat less than 20-ft length trailered & motorized - $11.00 for both residents and non-residents
b. Boat 20-ft but less than 26-ft length trailered & motorized - $12.00 for residents and $18.00 for non-residents
c. Boat 26-ft or more in length trailered & motorized - $12.00 for residents and $18.00 for non-residents
Daily parking fees for those visiting the park is $5.00/vehicle. All vehicles must be parked in a lined stall and not on the grass areas around the parking lots.
Failure to pay our launch or parking fees, or parking on the grass, will result in a citation.
Pay stations are located at two spots within the park to collect both parking and launching fees.