This small, under one acre, lake is located in Gwinnett County's George Pierce Park. The Georgia Department of Natural Resources reports that this lake contains channel catfish.
Bank fishing is allowed, and the lake is easily accessible from the dam and from a picnic area between the park road and the lake. Boats are not allowed.
In addition to fishing, the park offers restrooms, picnic tables, and athletic fields. Park hours are from sunrise until 11:00 pm and alcohol is prohibited. There are no fees to use the park or the lake, but a valid Georgia Fishing License is required.
Gwinnett County Parks and Recreation
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GPS Coordinates (Dec. Deg.): 34.0582°, -84.0584°
Located in Gwinnett County on Buford Highway, immediately northeast of Suwanee, Georgia, and approximately two miles north of I-85.
From I-85, take exit 111 and travel north on GA-317 (Lawrenceville-Suwanee Road) for approximately two miles. Turn right on Buford Highway and George Pierce Park will be on your right immediately past Cherokee Trail.
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