Dutch Hollow Lake
Dutch Hollow Lake is a man-made reservoir located in the city of La Valle, Wisconsin, U.S. Created by developers in the 1970s by impounding the water of Dutch Hollow Creek, it is now a public-access lake regulated by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources with two public-access ramps. The 40-foot depth of the lake is maintained both by the flow from Dutch Hollow Creek. Construction of the dam began in the year 1970. Fish varieties were initially stocked into Dutch Hollow Lake. Now the lake has a balance of Northern Pike, Walleyed Pike, Large Mouth Bass, Yellow Perch, Crappie, Blue Gill, and other Sunfish. Call Evergreen Realty today for a list of available properties.