Alice Lake

Location: Scandia, William O'Brien State Park, Highway 95

Species present: Bluegill, Black Crappie, Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike, Walleye, Yellow Perch, Bullhead

Alice Lake.

Depth: 9 feet

Size: 26 acres

Recent fish stocking

Lake Map: PDF Map

Wheelchair access: Excellent

MTC bus: None nearby

Park entrance fee: Yes, $7 Daily or $35 Annual Pass

Restrooms: Yes

Parking: Excellent

Picnic: Yes

Grills: Yes

Playground: No

Other Activities: Biking, camping, hiking, loaner fishing poles, nature viewing, swimming beach, St. Croix River boat launch, volleyball, walking path

Agency: Minnesota DNR Division of Parks (651) 433-0500

Fishing pier: Yes

location map for Alice

Comments: Alice Lake is a great fishing resource where you can catch a wide variety of fish. This beautiful lake is a great place to canoe and enjoy spectacular scenery while wetting a line. The park offers access to the St. Croix River for shorefishing or launching a boat. A daily or annual vehicle pass is required to enter the park. Large Bluegills were stocked in fall of 2009 and a lake survey was completed in June, 2011.

More information about Alice Lake

2011 Lake Survey Results:

Location and DateSpeciesAbundanceAverage Length (in)Maximum Length (in)
AliceBlack Crappielow7.68.9
(Washington)Bluegillhigh4.86.8
06/13/2011Golden Redhorselow23.323.3
 Green Sunfishlow3.74.0
 Hybrid Sunfishmed5.08.0
 Largemouth Basslow7.79.0
 Northern Pikemed24.029.5
 Pumpkinseed Sunfishlow3.84.4
 Spotted Suckerlow18.618.7
 Walleyelow20.320.3
 Yellow Bullheadlow9.210.7
 Yellow Perchlow7.07.0