Location: Woodbury, Carver Lake Park, Century Avenue of 494
Species present: Bluegill, Black Crappie, Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike, Yellow Perch, Bullhead
Depth: 36 feet
Size: 49 acres
Lake Map: Download map
Wheelchair access: Good from boardwalk, a long distance from the parking lot though.
MTC bus: None nearby
Park entrance fee: No
Other activities: Archery, fire ring, swimming, volleyball, walking path
Agency: City of Woodbury Parks and Recreation Department
Fishing pier: Yes.
Comments: Carver Lake is a great place for a day outdoors. It is a pretty lake surrounded by hills and is 36 feet deep with fairly clear water. Carver Lake has a fishing pier and there is a boardwalk that runs along the shore. Bluegill, Crappie, Northern Pike, and Largemouth Bass were present in decent numbers according to the 2009 survey. Try the swimming beach if you want to take a break on a hot day, it is open to the public but there are no lifeguards on duty.
More information about Carver Lake
2009 Lake Survey Results:
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