Little Comfort Lake
Little Comfort Lake is a deep lake with a surface area of 37 acres and a total watershed area of 10,009 acres including eleven lakes. A tributary from School Lake enters at the east end of the lake. Little Comfort Lake is used for fishing, swimming, boating, and other recreational activities although it has no public boat access. The lake has relatively poor water quality with a lake grade of C+ and is included on the State's Impaired Waters List for high nutrients. A study in 2007 revealed that panfish and top predators comprise the majority of biomass and that the rough fish population has remained stable across surveys. Curly leaf pondweed is extensive in the lake and there have been reports of the presence of Eurasian watermilfoil.