Rock Lake is a 44 acre body of water situated in Kenosha County, Wisconsin. Rock Lake's main fish population consists of Trout, Panfish, and Largemouth Bass. Rock Lake is also known for it's "unsolved mystery" known as Ancient Underwater Pyramids. The Lake Mills Chamber of Commerce has thought to believe that the large stone structures, dating back hundreds of years ago, were built by Native Americans. In recent years, sonar systems have been used to identify 18 feet tall stone structures that have a 60 x 100 foot base structure. The Lake Mills Chamber of Commerce has promoted a legend that large stone structures lie beneath Rock Lake, dating back hundreds of years. The chamber claims Native Americans built pyramids in a valley, hoping to end a drought, and the gods responded by filling the valley with water.
Rock Lake currently has 1 single family home for sale with an average list price of $825,000 and 2 lots for sale with an average list price of $58,500 with waterfront property. The average annual property tax for Rock Lake is $5,381.
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