The Dirty Turtle

Dine lakeside at the Dirty Turtle. Enjoy a laid back atmosphere with a beautiful view of Castle Rock Lake. It won’t be long and you’ll be calling The Turtle your favorite ‘go to’ spot for a fun lunch, dinner or casual get-together. Stop by this lakeside restaurant on Castle Rock Lake for one of the Turtle’s specialty drinks and famous Bloody Mary’s. The Turtle is known for the best burgers in the area. So when you’re ready to dig in try the specialty sandwich ‘The Hogger’, you wont go away hungry!

Mortimer, the turtle, welcomes everyone to this light hearted family-friendly atmosphere. The kid-friendly menu offers many favorites for their very special young guests. Kids can relax on their playground with The Turtle Merry-Go-Round, swings, slides, sandbox and a beautiful white ‘Castle Rock’ sand beach perfect for great swimming.

Summertime is enjoyed best at the Turtle’s tiki bar for fun-loving adults and our summer screened porch dining. Boaters will find the Marina to offer affordable overnight docking and seasonal boat slips on Castle Rock Lake. Boat launching is on site, where you can find an easy way to go fishing, jet-skiing, water-skiing, and pontooning from one of the most prime spots on the lake.

Stop by on Saturday nights for themed events and live music. Check out our Facebook Events page to keep up with the latest happenings at The Dirty Turtle in New Lisbon, Wi. The Waterfest celebration, the first Saturday of August, features the Venetian Lights Boat Parade and starts from the Dirty Turtle. Boaters of many kinds will decorate their boats with lights and create themes that have become a major summer attraction in Wisconsin.

With a full marina and a party boat called ‘The Cruisin’ Turtle’, you’ll see why this place is known around the area for FUN! This 48-foot cruiser accommodates up to 50 people and is available for rent (2 hour minimums) on the Castle Rock Flowage.

 

ContactSheila Marx
AddressW 5250 N Osprey Dr, New Lisbon, WI, 53950
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Websitewww.dirtyturtle.com