62536 Lake View Road
Madison Lake, MN 56063
About Madison Lake
Madison Lake is a small town in Minnesota, USA, with a population of just over 1,000 people and an average annual income of about $25,500.
Madison Lake is also home to one of the largest freshwater lakes in the state of Minnesota with a population of about 1,500.
Madison Lake is also a popular destination for anglers of all ages, from young children to adults, and is a great place for fishing, boating, canoeing, kayaking and other outdoor activities. There are a number of lakes and rivers in Madison, as well as a variety of ponds and streams, but a determined angler will also find many waterfalls, lakes, rivers, ponds, streams and lakeside recreation areas to choose from, such as the Great Lakes and the Mississippi.
Canoeing, canoeing and sailing are just some of the other exciting diversions to explore on Madison Lake. The community of Madison Lake is known as the City of Madison, and facilities include boat moorings and fishing pier.
The 1.4 km of hiking trails, combined with the magnificent views of Madison Lake and nearby Lake Superior National Park, create a fantastic outdoor backdrop for leisurely walks. Bray Park also offers great views of the lake, and children and adults of all ages can't help but admire the 70-foot swing bridge in the park.
North of Madison Lake, Duck Lake Park offers volleyball, canoeing, canoeing and fishing on the 288-acre Duck Lake surface. Be sure to bring your camera and add your photos to our Madison Lake, Minnesota photos.
Eagle Lake Park is a popular spot for bullhead trawling, and Madison Lake is popular with hikers. The 39-mile walk, as its name suggests, passes the sparkling waters of Lake Superior, the largest lake in Minnesota and one of the most beautiful in the country.
The Cannon River naturally forms a body of water that runs along the Sakatah Singing Hills Trail, and the trail is also ideal for inline skating and summer horseback riding. In winter it is a popular destination for snowshoeing, skiing, snowmobiling and cross-country skiing. A fantastic day trip to Madison Lake takes you through Madison Park Nature Reserve, a 32-acre nature reserve. The Cannon River and Sakatsah River have been widened and it is of course widening as a result of the construction of a new bridge over the river and the creation of new paths.
Native American chiefs who lived in the area between 1758 and 1830 named themselves after Madison Lake, the largest lake in North America and the second largest in Minnesota. While canoeing is the most popular activity here, night fishing is also worth a visit. The Red Jacket Trail runs through Rapidan Dam Park, which stretches from Rasmussen Park in Mankato along the Minnesota River. This picturesque path was once a railway line and runs parallel to a dramatic gorge.
Thirteen ice rinks are located on Madison Lake, most in and around the city of Mankato. Nearby you will find the Minnesota Ice Rink, the largest rink in the state of Minnesota, and a number of other skating rinks.
Madison Lake and the surrounding city of Mankato, Minnesota, USA, have a well documented history. Native Americans originally called the area Waukensika, but that changed after authorities revised the name of the three lakes to honor the city's connection to Madison Lake, the largest lake in the state of Minnesota and a major source of drinking water.
Many important historical figures have visited Madison Lake, including President William F. Taft, President Franklin D. Roosevelt, and President Woodrow Wilson. President Tafts traveled to the country for political reasons in 1911, but only when he and his wife, Martha, bought surplus aircraft from the US Air Force.
Madison Lake offers nature at its best and local homeowners agree that the area is a fantastic place to live. Madison Lake is located in a city that has a lot to offer with parks, restaurants, shops, hotels, shopping and entertainment, as well as a number of other amenities. It has a wide range of holiday apartments, including spectacular cabins with breathtaking lake views, but offers a great mix of residential and commercial properties, such as hotels and restaurants.