Keewahtin Lake


Keewahtin is southeast of Forest Lake at the southwest corner of Scandia Trail N. (MN. Highway 97) and North Shore Trail N. 

Species Present:

Northern Pike: average abundance, average size.
Largemouth Bass: average abundance, average size.
Bluegill: average abundance, smaller than average size.
Crappie: average abundance, smaller than average size.
Bullhead species: average abundance, average size with some larger fish present.


Boat Access:

There is no boat access to this lake. The area along Keewahtin Avenue is posted no parking and no boat launching. 

Shore Fishing:

Anglers fish from shore of the shoulder of MN Hwy. 97 and Keewahtin Avenue. Anglers should note there is no parking in the immediate vicinity of the lake - be prepared to walk some distance to fish here.

The City of Scandia owns a small, 50 foot wide lot near the end of Kirby Ave. The property is unmarked and bordered by private homes. Anglers may be able to access the lake through this property. Interested parties should check with the City of Scandia for further information. 

Management Plans:

  1. Re-survey/population assessment as needed, if staff are available. 


Keewahtin is a nice little bass-panfish lake with an average fish population. Anglers have limited access to this lake because of parking restrictions in the area. 

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