"Roberts in January" Andy Wienser www.knottlane.com
435 acres of beauty, serenity, and fun in Northern Wisconsin!
Located in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest in Forest County, Roberts Lake offers something for everyone. With a maximum depth of 31 feet, and an average depth of 17 feet, the lake provides for a variety of leisure and water activities.
Recreational fishing nets muskie, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, Northern and Walleye pike, along with a variety of panfish, depending on the season. Kayaks and paddle boats, along with the occasional sailboat, skim the water. Swimmers and waterskiers enjoy the clear water of this spring fed lake. Cross country skiers brave the elements, making trails across the snow and ice in winter.
Visitors may access Roberts Lake at the public boat landing managed by the US Forest Service, fees are collected in a drop box.
Roberts Lake Association members take stewardship of the lake seriously. They work to maintain a healthy lake environment so everyone has the opportunity to enjoy the lake, now and in the future. Members advocate for cooperation among the communities of Northern Wisconsin, so all benefit from bountiful natural resources. Please join us and become a member.