The 337-acre park owns a 54-acre, man-made lake, which is stocked by the State Department of Fisheries, and is home to a variety of wildlife. There is a 2.6-mile paved pathway that runs around the lake. There are bass, trout, sunfish and tiger muskies (which, btw, I never caught there). From late spring through early fall, boats are available for rent at the General Store/Boat Rental Office located in the park’s South area.
Fishing: A common problem that I see among the amateur anglers near the lake is that they frequent the pier too much. Let’s face it; catch and release teaches fish about the logic of blindly biting every nightcrawler floating around. So if you want to catch something, fishing near the pier will not work. Your best bet is to fish near the treeline to yield some largemouth.
However, this lake is very frequently by anglers, and you won't get too many good days on this lake. While some days we have got good fish, don't expect really good fishing everyday.
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