Tree Lake is a 71.3 acre hard water drainage lake with an estimated volume of 1,051 acre feet, located in the Township of Alban, four miles north of Rosholt. It has a maximum depth of 34 feet and a bottom consisting of sand, gravel, and silt. Tree Lake has two inlets. The smaller of the two enters on the northwest side and flows from Mud Lake. The other, Klondike Creek, is a cold water stream that provides good habitat for brook trout. There is one outlet present which feeds into the North Branch of the Little Wolf River. The estimated water retention time is 2.3 years. The fishery here is made up of largemouth bass, panfish, and northern pike. On the southeast shore of the lake Peterson Park offers a beach, facilities, boat launch ramp, and plenty of parking, all of which is open to the public. The shoreline is heavily developed.
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