This chain is made up of 11 interconnected lakes. Boat access is available only on one Orange County ramp (R.D. Kene park on Lake Isleworth just south of the town of Windermere). Orange County charges a daily boat ramp fee and the ramp is open sunrise to sunset. The chain is primarily known for its largemouth bass fishing and is frequented by guides and out of state visitors. However, Lake Tibet and Butler are occasionally fished for black crappie (speck) and it is not uncommon to catch a speck greater than 14 inches.
The chain encompasses eleven lakes (Lake Butler, Lake Tibet, Lake Down, Lake Sheen, Lake Louise, Lake Chase, Pocket Lake, Lake Blanche, Wauseon Bay, Lake Isleworth, and Little Fish Lake), which have been recognized for their high water quality and animal habitats as "Outstanding Florida Waters" by Florida's Department of Environmental Regulation.
Area: Southwest (Gotha/Windermere/Dr. Phillips/Lake Buena Vista/theme park area)