Beaver Lake


Beaver Lake is a 67-acre manmade lake dating from the days of railroad logging. One of the original railroad tramlines serves as a dam that traps and holds overflow water from a nearby creek. A shallow lake, Beaver Lake offers excellent opportunity for small boat fishing. Limited accessibility does not offer much opportunity for bank fishing. Small parking area.  No camping or swimming is permitted. WMA user permit is required. Open year-round. State fishing laws and regulations apply.

At a Glance

Fees: None
Open Season: Open year-round
Restrictions: No camping or swimming is permitted. State fishing laws and regulations apply.

Recreation Map

Map showing recreational areas. Map Information

Activities

Lake and Pond Fishing

State fishing laws and regulations apply.
Fish Species Bream, bass, and catfish
Fishing Mode Small boat fishing
Fishing Platform None
Accessible Platform None

Boating - Motorized

Recreation Areas

Recreation Activities

Location

 
  Area/Length : 
67 arce

  Latitude : 
32.1675

  Longitude : 
-89.641389