The Town of Lenroot is located in the pristine wilderness of Sawyer County in northern Wisconsin, home to world class events and one of the finest year-round vacation destinations in the state. The township spans 81.7 square miles of territory.
The township includes downtown Seeley to the north, and encompasses the massive Totogatic Flowage including Nelson Lake at 3,166 acres, just immediately north of Hayward. The Namekagon River, part of the National Scenic Riverway, runs through the Town of Lenroot as well. Lenroot is also home to Rustic Rd #108 (Boedecker Rd/Janet Rd) — one of only three rustic roads in Sawyer County.
The town hall is located at 12215 N US Hwy 63 and is open Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Town inquires should be directed to the town clerk at (715) 634-5673 or via email at email@example.com.
The closure of Jolly Fisherman Road that was scheduled for the period just before Labor Day has been delayed until after Labor Day at a minimum. It may be delayed until October 2020 at which time a possible lake draw down for improving walleye spawning conditions, a dam inspection and boat launch repairs would be done.
Gordon Christians, Chairman