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 Hi, I am looking access to lake for fishing. Please let me know how I can get in to lake or give me any phone number for someone who can explain. Thank you. Says Alla

Private put in is 4x4 accessible, parking fee is $10 per truck, $15 for truck and trailer. Primitive camping is an additional $10 per night. Great fishing! Says Suzi

Sara Hatton- we've searched and searched and just like SA states. That's the only way to get access with boat, kayak,
    canoe, etc. you will need $5 to place in the coffee can of the owner (Mitchell) for parking. I kayaked here yesterday for hours and it was one of the best days I've ever experienced. Once you put in go right. I'd say about 3/4 mile
up you will find the most amazing waterfall back in a cove :) most peaceful place I've found yet. Hope this helps. Says Wendy

Great fishing and the private put in isn't too bad as long as you have a 4-wheel drive. I'll be back! Says Jack

You can put a big boat on there if the lake is up, I have seen bass boats and a pontoon before. It's not the cleanest lake though but the fishing is usually good. The only place I know to put in a boat is to go down
    White Oak Rd to Dicks trail then take Elk Hound rd. It is a really steep rd down to the lake, and there is not a lot of room to maneuver. The guy charges 5 bucks to park a single vehicle or 15 for one with a trailer. Says Jason

 fines creek exit off of 40. There is a portage area off of white oak road. It is a steep decline about a 1/2 mile with many switch backs. Please be careful since the trail and lake is know to have lots of snakes. It is a remote place that can be dangerous with changing weather conditions. Says David

Hear you can park on private property for a small fee. It's supposed to be the only place you can put a boat in on Waterville Lake. Says SA

How can we
access Waterville Lake for canoeing? Says Sara Hatton

Waterville (Waterfall) Lake is hard to access with a boat but has lots of black crappie. Says KC


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