Lake Roesiger info
Lake Roesiger is 352 acres, developed shoreline. The park provides beach access to calm Lake Roesiger.
Enjoy the numerous picnic tables close to the lake shore and the large grass field near the park entrance.
The lake has rainbows, silvers, and spiny rays as well as bass. The boat ramp is concrete and will take
boats to 16 feet without difficulty except that the parking lot is small and can be hard to maneuver in. Lake
Roesiger is 11 miles north of Monroe off Woods Creek Road to the Roesiger entry road, left then hang a
right to the boat ramp. Parking is limited and street parking is also hard to come by on a busy day. The
lake has three distinct areas with the center area being shallow and the northern part of the lake being the
deepest, with depths to about 115 feet. There is a county park on the lower third of the lake which has
picnicking and an area to hand launch smaller boats. No water-skiing is allowed until after 10am.
The former homestead of Richard Roesiger, the lake’s namesake. The site contained a boat house and
cabin. The family farmed the site and rented boats to lake visitors.