Big Lake Chetac
Why do they call it "Big Lake Chetac?" Look at a map and you'll see: Chetac dominates the landscape around it. Big Lake Chetac's 2,000 acres of water are host to small and large-mouth bass, Norther Pike, Walleyes, Bluegills, Crappies, Perch, Sunfish, and even Catfish.
Even if you don't fish, you'll enjoy the beauty of the woods, the water, and the wildlife. In a typical season we see deer, bald eagles, otters, loons, ducks, geese, and many species of birds. You might even see a bear, a beaver, racoon, or fox. Ever seen an eagle's nest and been amazed at its immense size? We can tell where to go to see one. We can also tell you where to go if you want to explore the lake by canoe or kayak.
If you just want to relax, you'll enjoy watching Big Lake Chetac. She seems to change her mood by the hour.