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This web site has been created for the benefit of all the Orchard Subdivision Members. It will contain information about the latest pier happenings, schedule of events and activities at our pier. We shall strive to continually maintain the web site with current information; and welcome your Email interaction, comments and photos. Thank you for visiting.

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Twin Lakes WisconsinThe Village of Twin Lakes is located at the Illinois boarder east of US Highway 12 in western Kenosha County. Incorporated in 1937, Twin Lakes has enjoyed a long history as prime home site for Native Americans as well as the Settlers who came along later. With nearly 1000 acres of water, the twin lakes of Mary and Elizabeth have drawn vacationers to numerous resorts as well as ice harvesters in the days of "ice box" refrigeration. Today, while the ice harvesting has ended, many homes in Twin Lakes are used for recreation and the lakes remain a popular destination. Twin Lakes is home to 5,163 permanent residents with about a third more spending only part of the year here. Mary Ray, a native of England was born June 15, 1816. She came to America is 1833 and resided in what was to become known as "English Prairie". In 1837 she was married to Jonathan Ineson, also an early settler on the prairie. Their son Robert was the first born son in the County. There were eight children in all, including the first set of twins born on the prairie. The girls were baptized Mary and Elizabeth. Both lakes were named after these girls, Lake Mary & Lake Elizabeth, which extended into Illinois, and almost to the English Prairie. The latitude of Twin Lakes is 42.518N. The longitude is -88.258W.


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