Acquisition: The lake and wildlife area were leased from the Delaware Watershed District No. 10 in 1965 by the Kansas Forestry Fish and Game now the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks
Area Description: The lake impounds approximately 40 acres and is characterized by gradual sloping shoreline, with a shallow west end. There are 25 acres of land adjoining the lake, all are open to hunting including the lake. The very small wildlife area includes the riparian zone around the lake and small patch of native grass.
Primitive camping is allowed at the lake but vehicle access is limited. A restroom is available on site. No water is provided at this area.
All 75 acres of the area are open to hunting. The land provides opportunities for upland game , rabbits and squirrels. The lake provides good opportunities for waterfowl hunting. Primitive camping is allowed at the lake but vehicle access is limited. Fishing piers, fish feeder, boat ramp and a restroom are available on site. No water is provided at this area.
Channel cat are the most popular fish, but good numbers of largemouth bass, crappie, bluegill sunfish can be found. Brushpiles have been placed in the lake for fish habitat. All but a few of these brushpiles are accessible to shoreline anglers. Special creel limits and length limits are in place to ensure quality fishing.