Kenosha County is located in Southeast Wisconsin between Lake Geneva and Lake Michigan in the most south eastern county in the state along the Illinois border. Kenosha is known for Great Lake frontage, bike trails, parks, fishing, golf courses, beaches, marinas, cross country skiing, hiking, hunting areas which also has Richard Bong Recreation Area, New Munster Wildlife Area, Fox River Park, Carlistle Family Dog Park, Anderson Park, Fox River, Powers Lake, Silver Lake, Paddock Lake, Twin Lakes plus a couple communities including; New Munster, Salem, Bristol, Brighton, Sommers, Pleasant Prairie, Kenosha and Paddock Lake. It's surrounded by 2 other Counties; Walworth and Racine. On this site you can search for Lakehouses, Waterfront Cottages, Boat Piers, Docks, Lakefront, Riverfront, Creekfront, Trout Stream Frontage, Lakefront Log Homes, Off-Water Cabins, Deeded Access Lots, Fishing Lakes, Boating Lakes, Water Frontage, Property with Private Ponds, Piers, Docks & Boat Slips and more... located in this county, listed by a real estate agents. Kenosha County, Wisconsin GIS MAP Information!
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Waterfront Properties for Sale in Kenosha County Wisconsin
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Kenosha County WI Types of Water Activities – Fishing, Swimming, Boating, Sailing, Tubing, Kayaking, Canoeing, Diving, Scuba Diving, Rowing, Paddle Boats, Wind Surfing, Ice Fishing, Watching Sunsets or Sunrises.
Waterfront Wisconsin Home Search
Thinking of finally buying that Lakefront Log Home you’ve been dreaming about with a sandy beach shoreline and a large garage for the big toys like a boat, ATV, snowmobile and jet skies? Or are you looking for that highly elevated river frontage for that amazing view you’ve always wanted. Maybe you’re the type of person wanting a large acreage parcel with a house deep in the woods overlooking a class Wisconsin Trout Stream. Are you possibly looking for a nice farmhouse or a farmette with a private pond that you can stock the types of fish you always wanted to feed and fish for? No matter what type of waterfront property you have been searching for you can find it here at Lake-WI.com.
Waterfront Features - Private Pond, Lakefront, Lake Frontage / Lakefront, Riverfront / Riverfrontage, Lakehouse, Bayside, Bay, Boat House, Boat Ramp / Boat Lift, Boat Slip, Bottom Gravel, Bottom Mud, Bottom Rock, Bottom Sand, Buoy, Channel, Common Frontage, Deeded Access No Frontage, Deeded Water Access, Dock Pier, High Elevation, Level Elevation, Medium Elevation, Flowage, Inland Lake, Lake, Lakeside, No Motor Lake, No Wake Lake, Pier, Pond, River, Beach Shore, Shoring Shore, Vegetation Shore, Waterview View of Water, Water Access / Water Rights, Waterfront Lot, Waterview – No Frontage and more…
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Lakefront Wisconsin Land Search
Looking for that perfect waterfront building site to put your home on in the future? The one that you dreamed about on unique peninsula of a well known ski-able fishing lake with sandy frontage and a breathtaking view. Maybe you’ll want to camp before you build but are searching for that special large river frontage property with the camp-site being surrounded by nice big oak and pine trees giving you that great outdoor feel. Or an excellent fishing location for Largemouth Bass, Walleye, Northern Pike, Musky might be the highest criteria on your waterfront wants and needs list. And you also need good frontage for a nice size dock for your 200 horse bass boat. Or possibly just a nice vacant lot a small quiet lake for a splendid getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city job and suburban life to simple kick back and enjoy the outdoor life. No matter what type of waterfront land your seeking or for what ever reason...you find it in South East Wisconsin if you have a realistic budget!
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List of: Types of Wisconsin Boats & Watercraft - Jon Boats, Flat Bottom Boats, Canoes, Kayaks, Paddle Boats, Sail Boats, Fishing Boats, Ski Boats, Pontoon Boats, Bass Boats, Bowriders, Center Console, Deck Boats, Dinghies, Inflatable Boats, Jet Boats, Jet Skies, Sportfishing Boats, Walkarounds, Aluminum, V-Boats, Power Boats, Rowboat, Trawlers, Cabin Cruisers, Personal Watercraft, Airboat, Houseboat, Hovercraft, Hydroplane, Lifeboat, Luxury Yacht, Motorboat, V-Hull, Riverboat, Ferry, Runabout, Schooner, Shallop, Skiff, Steam Boat, Speed Boat, Tugboat and Yacht…
Common Wisconsin Fish Types
Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Musky Muskellunge, Northern Pike, Panfish, Flathead Catfish, Channel Catfish, Walleye, Bluegill, Perch, Black Crappie, White Crappie, Lake Sturgeon, Shovelnose Sturgeon, Pumpkinseed, White Bass, Rock Bass, Drum, Sauger, Bullheads, Salmon, Trout, Warmouth, Sunfish and Steelhead.
Types of Freshwater Shorelines; Mangroves, Swamps, Marshes, Manmade Structures, Rocky Shores, Riprap Shorelines, Gravel Beaches, Mixed Sand & Gravel, Sandy Shoreline, Coarse & Fine Sand Beaches, Exposed Rocky Shore and more…
Types of WI Trout & Salmon
Inland & Great Lake Trout Types; Rainbow Trout, Brown Trout, Brook Trout. Great Lake Salmon – Chinook Salmon, Coho Salmon, Steelhead & Lake Trout.
Kenosha County WI Area Cites, Towns & Villages
Brighton, WI. 53168
Bristol, WI. 53104
Bristol, WI. 53142
Genoa City, WI. 53128
Kenosha, WI. 53140
Kenosha, WI. 53142
Kenosha, WI. 53143
Kenosha, WI. 53144
Paddock, WI. 53168
Paddock Lake, WI. 53168
Paris, WI. 53144
Paris, WI. 53182
Pleasant Prairie, WI. 53142
Pleasant Prairie, WI. 53158
Randall, WI. 53105
Randall, WI. 53181
Randall, WI. 53128
Salem, WI. 53104
Salem, WI. 53168
Salem, WI. 53179
Silver Lake, WI. 53170
Somers, WI. 53140
Somers, WI. 53144
Somers, WI. 53403
Twin Lakes, WI. 53181
Wheatland, WI. 53105
Wheatland, WI. 53168
Enjoying Wisconsin Waters
People enjoy Wisconsin waters in various ways. Some early birds love to watch the sunrises over a still lake. Others on the opposite side appreciate a great sunset to the west over a wide river like the Wisconsin River or Mississippi River. And yet others like water sports like sailing, skiing, jetskiing, yachting, light wind surfing, canoeing, kayaking, fishing from a boat, scuba diving and exploring the South East Wisconsin bodies of waters. But some just like staying shore side and swimming on a sandy beach, fishing from a dock or from the shoreline, watching the wildlife that are attracted to the water like Geese, Ducks, Eagles even deer getting a quick drink from a creek. Let’s not forget the thousands of trout fishermen wading out on class trout streams and trout waters scattered throughout Southern Wisconsin.