- 9.5 acres
- Max. Depth:
- 38 feet
- 6600 feet
This lake is heavily used by packers and pack stock during the summer months. Also be aware that black bears frequent this area.
Non-motorized boats only. Packable rubber rafts, and float tubes are used by some fishermen in the wilderness areas.
A valid California state fishing license is needed to fish within the National Forest. Licenses are sold at sporting good and other retail stores. For information on fishing times & limits a current state fishing regulation guide is generally available free at these same locations. For more information contact California Department of Fish & Game.
Map + Directions
This lake can be accessed via Interstate 5 at Yreka, to State Route 3 west then southwest for approximately 40 miles to the town of Calahan, CA. Then road FH-93 about one mile to a cement bridge. Forest Service Road 40N17 begins at the bridge and is the access to the Fox Creek Trailhead. It's about four miles to the lake as the crow flies; however, there is no trail to the lake.