Often asked: Where Is Holcombe Wisconsin?

How many acres is Lake Holcombe?

Some fun facts about Lake Holcombe: 4,320 Acre Lake. 130 Miles of Shoreline. 60 Foot Maximum Depth.

When was Lake Holcombe made?

Built in 1872 by the Union Lumbering Company, both the dam and community were then known as Little Falls. For timber crib construction, the dam was reputed to be the world’s largest “right angle” wooden dam. Its purpose was to store water that could later be released to float logs down river.

What county is the Chippewa Flowage in?

The Chippewa Flowage, a 15,300-acre impoundment, is located in central Sawyer County, 15 miles east of Hayward.

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