ABOUT LAKE STONY, LAKE TAYLOR, AND NORTH UNION LAKE
I have grouped Stony, Taylor, and North Union on the same page because they connect and primarily because they both don’t have very many homes and thus, very few if any listings each year. All are part of Alexandria’s Chain of Lakes but navigation to Brophy or to Cowdry is only going to be possible if you are in small watercraft. All are scenic lakes with plentiful natural, unaltered shoreline. The Central Lakes Trail passes by the north end of Stony and if you are on or in the lake, you can pass under the trail and go into scenic North Union Lake. The DNR reports Stony’s average water clarity to be 9 feet and has a maximum depth of 58 feet. Taylor, also known as Lottie, has a maximum depth of 31 feet and average water clarity of 10.5 feet.