Nimisila Reservoir is the most southern lake in the Portage Lakes system. It is 742 acres of water with approximatly 14 miles of shoreline. It is known for numerous types of waterfowl. There are also several nesting pairs of Ospreys and at least two Bald Eagles in the area. There are no gas motors allowed on the lake and you seldom hear road traffic. It's a great place for a long paddle on a nice quit body of water usually with considerable wildlife to see. The lauch ramp that I like is at the intersection of S. Main St and West Nimisilla Rd. There's a yellow blinking caution light at the crossroads.