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Motorsports dyraCuse reCreaTional parK: An off-road park that is open early April through October, Dyra- cuse is situated on 334 acres. There are Motocross/Super- cross and pee Wee tracks and over 10 miles of trails, with new trails being added. The Rapid Angels Motorcycle Club also owns a portion of the park and hosts several annual competi- tions including Motocross and Hill Climb events and a Hare- scramble. Lakes laKe CameloT:  Lower Camelot Lake is first in a se- ries of lakes where Fourteen Mile Creek enters. Lower Camelot Lake is 260 surface acres, with a maximum depth of 24 feet and an average depth of eight feet. Spring Branch Creek enters Upper Camelot Lake, which has 191 surface acres, a maximum depth of about 25 feet, and an average depth of eight feet. A channel connects Lower Camelot Lake to Upper Camelot Lake. There is a public boat ramp located on southwest side of Lower Camelot Lake. laKe arroWhead:  At 350 surface acres in size, with a maximum depth of 30 feet, Lake Arrowhead has an average depth of eight feet. There is a public boat ramp located on southwest side of the lake. laKe peTenWell:  Wisconsin's second largest body of water was created by Wisconsin River power Com- pany in the 1940s when it created the hydroelectric dam on the Wisconsin River. It is a man-made lake of 23,040 acres and a maximum depth of 48 feet. laKe sherWood:  At 243 surface acres in size, and a maximum depth of 24 feet, both the Upper and Lower Camelot Lakes flow through dams into Sherwood Lake. There is a public boat launch on Sherwood Lake on the southwest edge of the lake. For more information: Trapshooting For more than a century, trapshooting has been a popular and unique activity in the state of Wisconsin, and specifically in the area around Rome. With an emphasis on gun safety, the re- gion's trapshooting is conducted at the Wisconsin Trapshoot- ing Association's world-class Olympic-style facility located in Rome, which has 30 trap fields and numerous shooting expe- riences. The site also features the Homegrounds RV park, and is the host site for the Wisconsin State Shoot, which lures more than 1,400 competitors to the area every July.

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