Do not chase the wildlife on Lake Metonga.
We are working towards promoting the health of the lake and natural wildlife.
If you must have a photo of the loons, ducks or other animals, PLEASE stay back and use the zoom on your camera’s or phones.
The Lake Metonga Association, founded in 1970, is a nonprofit, volunteer organization dedicated to preserving Lake Metonga. The Association works with the community and property owners to protect the aesthetic beauty, water quality, wildlife habitats and fisheries for future generations.
Lake Metonga is 2,157 acres, situated on the southern edge of Crandon, Forest County, Wisconsin. Maximum Depth – 79 feet Mean Depth – 25 feet.
The lake is the home to northern pike, walleye, large & small-mouth bass, perch, bluegills and other pan fish, as well as eagles, loons, ducks, sand-hill cranes, and the occasional roaming moose.
Live view of Lake Metonga
Click below on the available Web-Cams
Truymans – View of the Eagle Tree – COMING SOON