Lake Minnewashta

Lake Minnewashta is the second in a string of three small lakes located on the south edge of East Okoboji Lake eventually leading to the outlet creek of the Iowa Great Lakes. Minnewashta is 126 acres in size with 2.3 miles of shoreline. The Lake is located in the City of Arnolds Park to the south of Okoboji. Highway 71 runs along its Western edge. Average depth of Minnewashta is 10 feet with the deepest point of 16.5 feet. Most anglers fishing Lake Minnewashta are in search of its bass and panfish populations. Lake Minnewashta connects to Upper Gar Lake at the Sawmill Bridge and connects to Lower Gar Lake at the Trails Bridge.

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Additional information on Lake Minnewashta from the Iowa DNR.