Whether you want to take a pontoon boat out for a leisurely ride, play around on jet skis, or try a little water skiing, kayaking, canoeing or paddle boarding of your own, Green Lake has it all. With more than 27 miles of shoreline to explore and many local business that provide boat and jet ski rentals, your water adventures are unlimited in Green Lake, Wisconsin.
Feel the wind in your hair aboard your own speedboat, pontoon boat or personal watercraft launched at one of our seven public launch sites. Pull out your skis, tubes and life jackets for a thrill ride, cruise to Norwegian Bay and anchor in the shallow water to reconnect with old friends or visit one of Green Lake’s restaurants or music events that are accessible by water. Don’t have a boat? Take a cruise on the water aboard the J.Lawson, Pierless Boat Rentals 50-foot down-east style boat built for the Navy converted for sightseeing or visit one of our many local businesses that provide boat and recreational rentals here.
If silent sports are more your style, Green Lake offers many opportunities for kayaking, paddleboarding and sailing. Home to some of the best sailing regattas in the state, the horizon is often decorated with the brightly colored sails. Want to learn to sail or improve your sailing skills? The Green Lake Sailing School offers lessons throughout the summer to suit every age and skill level–from beginners to experienced sailors. For those that choose to power their vessel with a paddle rather than a sail, there are many secluded hidden coves and shoreline on Green Lake to explore via a paddleboard, kayak or canoe.
If Wisconsin fishing is what brings you to the area, Big Green Lake, Puckaway, and Little Green all offer a variety of indigenous fish and plenty of acreage to cast your line. Big Green Lake is the deepest natural lake in Wisconsin, and is one of the best fishing lakes in Wisconsin for both novice and experienced anglers. For those seeking some expert guidance in fishing, there are a number of fishing guide services available.