- Fishing is good to excellent for the warm water species stocked here by the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission. Tiger muskies (hybrid cross between northern pike and native muskellunge) have been landed up to over 40 inches in length. Other species stocked include largemouth bass, channel catfish, black crappie, walleye and a variety of panfish.
Boats may use electric motors. Non-powered boats must have one of the following: state park launching permit or state park mooring permit which are available at most state park offices; or current Pennsylvania boat registration.
Two boat launch areas and 220 seasonal mooring slips are available. A boat rental concession operates during the summer and offers rowboats, canoes and sailboats.
The park is about two miles west of the village of Eagle on PA 100. Access to the park from the Pennsylvania Turnpike is via PA 100 north. At Eagle, signs direct you to the park.
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