1,434 acres | 2 public accesses | 10.34 miles of shoreline
Lake Shamineau is the second largest lake in the area with a total of 1,434 acres. Its maximum depth is 52 feet with an average depth of 17 feet. Almost half of the lake’s depth is less than 15 feet. There are 10.34 miles of shoreline.
Along with all types of panfish, northern, and largemouth bass, the lake is stocked with walleye and muskie. Whether you’re taking your children fishing for panfish or going sport fishing, you are sure to like the action. There are two public accesses, one on the west shore operated by the State, and one on the east shore that is locally maintained.
The view of the north shore is unmatched, with one mile of unspoiled lakeshore. The beautiful hills and trees are ablaze with color in the fall.
Nothing could be more relaxing than a vacation camping or staying in a cabin on Lake Shamineau. So, grab your book, your swim suit, your fishing pole, and spend the best part of your summer with us.