Centered around 412-acre Parrish Mill Pond, anglers can catch largemouth bass, bluegill, redbreast sunfish, channel catfish, crappie, bowfins and chain pickerel. Featuring thick stands of cypress and tupelo trees, the pond has a strong population of largemouth and has given up some large ones. The floating fish dock in front of the park office, the dam, a fishing pier located in the picnic area, and the boat ramp near the upper end of the lake are just a sampling of access for fishing. Below the dam, the outflow of water on 15-Mile Creek provides additional opportunities for fishing. On rare occasions, anglers may see alligators. Canoes, kayaks and jon boats may be rented for the day. (Information provided by OnTheFlySouth.com.)
For any questions, visit the Park Office or call us at 478.763.2759.