Dellwood, Wisconsin is located in Strongs Prairie Township north of County Road J but the Dellwood subdivision & developments area located south of Cty J in Quincy Township on Castle Rock Lake.
ABOUT: "Dellwood Subdivision" is right by Castle Rock Lake with some waterfront and deeded access lots located in Quincy Township of Adams County in Wisconsin. This LARGE Adams County Real Estate Development has lot sizes mostly under ½ acres. Dellwood is just North Adams County Park and South of Northern Bay Golf Course. Because Dellwood is an older subdivision there wasn't much for protective covenants allowing everything from camping, single wide mobile homes, cabin, A-Frames, residential homes and half a million dollar lakefront log homes. Many of the lots are too small for today's standards to build on, so you normally need 2 to 3 lots to build. Strongs Prairie Township also features 50 miles of horseback riding trails and thousands of acres of public land owned by Wisconsin River Power Company who built Castle Rock Flowage back in the 1940's.
The Dellwood 1st Addition
The Dellwood 2nd Addition
The Dellwood 3rd Addition
The Dellwood 4th Addition
The Dellwood 5th Addition
Little Roche-A-Cri Addition to Dellwood
White Pines Addition to Dellwood
ABOUT: Castle Rock Lake is about 13,955 acres making it Wisconsin's 4th Largest inland lake with an average depth range of 8 to 20 feet and a max depth of 36 feet along the old river bed; it's a man-made lake fed by Wisconsin River that has a dam on the south end of the lake. This is a hydrodam creating power for electricity for the surrounding area. Castle Rock Lake is filled with Walleye, Panfish, Bass, Northern Pike and more for fishing.
ABOUT: Quincy Township is located in Adams County, Central Wisconsin and is home to Castle Rock County Park on Wisconsin’s 4th largest body of water: Castle Rock Lake. Castle Rock Hydro Dam helps regulate the water levels of the lake and provides a nice recreational area for fishermen. After the dam it turns back into the Wisconsin River System that flows south to Wisconsin Dells. Parts of the Township are heavily subdivided mostly for vacation homes. Dellwood is one of the largest and oldest subdivisions in Quincy. Here’s where several of the area creeks feed into Castle Rock Lake; Little Roche-A-Cri Creek, Klein Creek, Duck Creek and White Creek. Quincy Township doesn’t have much for lakes but there is Silver lake about 7 acres and two large unnamed lakes by Quincy Bluffs Wetlands Area. There are also 2 rock formations including Lone Rock and Quincy Bluff.
ABOUT: Strongs Prairie Township is located in Adams County, Central Wisconsin which borders plenty of frontage on Castle Rock Lake and Lake Petenwell along the West side. ATV Routes and Snowmobile Trails connect to the trail system in the Monroe Township to the North and this area offers plenty of public access land and several great launches on both lakes. And Strongs Prairie is home to the Castle Rock Horseback Riding Trails which consists of about 50 miles of roads and path through the woods.
Dead Horse Creek joins Big Roche-A-Cri Creek which flows into Arkdale Lake created by a small dam then moves on past Crystal Brook Woods just north of Northern Bay and then ends up in Castle Rock Lake. Also on the southeast corner Carter Creek joins with Little Roche-A-Cri Creek which ends up flowing into Castle Rock Lake part of the Wisconsin Flowage System. A good portion of the west side along the lakes and the section of the Wisconsin River is public land owned by Wisconsin River Power Company.
Castle Rock Lake
Adams County WI
Strongs Prairie Township
Small Wisconsin Town
Wisconsin Dells Area