Boating Hot Spot Map

Below is an interactive map that has been assembled by Boaters of the Winnebago Pool.

There are places to eat, meet up, points of interest boat launches and much more.  The map will be updated as we discover more great places to go so check back if you like!  If you don’t see something you feel should be on the map, please post in the forums or let us know via the contact page!

You can move the map around, zoom in/out and click on any of the spots for more details.  You can also click on the link and get a larger view of the map.
View Boating Winnebago in a larger map


View Boating Winnebago in a larger map

Below is a map of all the Sauger and Walleye “reefs,” that the organization Walleyes for Tomorrow have placed on Lake Winnebago. A minimum clearance at normal summer navigation levels should be no less than 6ft. That is according to the permits issued by the WI DNR. Each flag represents an individual reef and care should be taken to avoid these reefs if you’re boat has a substantial draft to it where a combination of waves or siege could cause less than 6ft of clearance.


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These maps show information on the following areas and subjects:  Lake Winnebago, boating, places to go, things do to, marinas, resturants, lodging, gas, fuel, fox river, Wolf river, Oshkosh, Appleton, Neenah, Menasha, Fremont, Orihula, Fond du Lac, Winneconne, Stockbridge, Pipe, Sherwood, High Cliff state park, Leach Amphitheater