Green's Lake receives it's name from "Big Neil" Greene, one of the early settlers on the island.  There is also a Green's Bay on the Lake Michigan shore of the island just across from the entrance to this lake.  Green's Lake boasts some huge oak trees near the edge of the water.

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This lake can be accessed by turning off the West Side Road onto the Green's Lake Road.   A very shallow lake, about 4 feet, Green's Lake freezes to the bottom during the winter.  Snapping turtles, bull-heads and frogs can be found here along with thousands of water lilies.  Even the beaver have produced a lodge on this lake.

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