Welcome to the Pike Lake Area!

Located in the northeast corner of Price County, Wisconsin, in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest halfway between Fifield and Minocqua off State Highway 70, the Pike Lake Chain of Lakes is a group of four fully navigable drainage lakes and a fifth lake accessible by a short portage.

Pike Lake

Pike Lake is 806 acres with a maximum depth of 17 feet.

Round Lake

Round Lake is 726 acres with a maximum depth of 24 feet.

Turner Lake

Turner Lake is 149 acres with a maximum depth of 12 feet.

Amik Lake

Amik Lake is 224 acres with a maximum depth of 8 feet.

Tucker Lake

Tucker Lake is 107 acres with a maximum depth of 32 feet.


  • The minutes for the 7/17/21 Board Meeting are now available.
  • The Pike Lake Chain Lakes Association Board recently decided to put two extra buoys in the slow no wake waterway connecting Pike and Round Lake. This decision was approved by the Fifield Town Board and the buoys are now in the water. The reason behind the decision was to slow boat traffic further out into each lake to reduce the size of waves that are currently eroding the shoreline in this waterway. Land owners, on both lakes, have increasingly voiced concern to Association Board members about this erosion. Given this concern, the Board purchased two new buoys and is hopeful that all boaters will respect the need to slow down while boating in this connecting waterway.

Upcoming Events

  • Board of Directors meeting will be held on Monday, September 20th, 2021 at 6:00pm  [agenda]   

Make a Difference

Support our efforts to improve our lakes by becoming a member of the Pike Lake Chain Lakes Association today!  For a small annual fee, you can help fund the numerous projects of the lakes association and keep our lakes beautiful for years to come!

Acres of Water
Maximum Depth (ft)


Skiing Hours:  10am – 5pm

Waterskiing and all other towable activities is permitted only between the hours of 10am and 5pm on all lakes in the chain.

Please observe “No Wake” zones

“Slow, No Wake” means a speed at which a vessel moves as slowly as possibly while still maintaining steerage control.

“Slow, No Wake” also means that you slow down 100′ from the first buoy entering the no wake zone and remain at that speed until 100′ after the last buoy.  You do not increase your speed between buoys.

No Wake Zone Map

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