Overview

Beautiful Accomodations on the Chippewa Flowage

The Wild Beauty of the Chippewa Flowage

The Chippewa Flowage was formed in 1923 when the damming of the Chippewa River joined the waters of 11 natural lake basins, 9 rivers and numerous streams. At 15,300 acres and with 92% of its shoreline completely untouched, the Chippewa Flowage is Wisconsin’s largest wilderness lake and one of the most unique waters you’ll ever experience with 233 miles of irregular shoreline, approximately 140 islands and numerous large floating bogs. “The Big Chip” is recognized by the DNR as one of Wisconsin’s Outstanding Natural Resource Waters and is home to the world record musky, a 63.5” 69 lb 11 oz giant caught by Louis Spray in October of 1949. The Chippewa Flowage is 92 feet at its deepest point and is divided by County Highway CC into two parts; the east and the west. There is an almost magical appeal to this lake and we invite you to experience why so many of our guests return year after year to enjoy the wide variety of year-round experiences the Chippewa Flowage has to offer.