Location: North St. Paul, Casey Lake Park, County Road C and Sean's Way (East of White Bear Avenue)
Depth: 3.5 feet
Size: 12 acres
Wheelchair access: Poor
MTC bus: Routes 64 and 80
Park entrance fee: No
Other activities: Ball fields, shore fishing stations, walking path
Agency: City of North Saint Paul, Parks and Recreation (651) 747-2400
Fishing pier: No.
Comments: Casey Lake is shallow but can provide some fun shorefishing action for the panfish that are annually stocked into this lake. While fishing, enjoy the beautiful shoreline restoration that was constructed along the edge of the lake to help intercept nutrients in runoff before they enter the lake. The Ramsey Washington Metro Watershed District and the University of Minnesota are working on a project to eliminate Common Carp from Casey Lake which should help improve water quality in this lake and in downstream lakes such as Kohlman and Gervais. A drawdown this winter (2012/2013) has greatly reduced the volume of water in this lake, creating conditions that have eliminated Common Carp from this system. Panfish will be restocked in the spring when water levels are adequate.