Guide To Fishing At Cross Creek Lake
AKA: Cross Creek Lake County Park
What to fish for...
Fishing for largemouth bass, channel catfish, black crappie, white crappie, bluegill, redear sunfish, yellow perch and saugeye at Cross Creek Lake in Pennsylvania.
Located in Cross Creek Lake County Park, Cross Creek Lake has a fishing venue, has a handicapped fishing dock, provides a big bass program, and offers a nice variety of fish to catch. It is a 250-acre lake, with about 7 miles of shoreline, in the southwest corner of the state. The lake features quality fishing for saugeye, crappie and bluegill. Bass and catfish also popular here.
Access to the lake for fishing from the bank is available in several areas. Multiple boat launch ramps make for easy launching of fishing, pleasure and pontoon boats. Canoes, motor boats and pontoon boats are available for rent at the lake.
Primary fish species residing in Cross Creek Lake
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Cross Creek Lake Amenities
Boat Rental: YES
Boat Launch Ramp: YES
RV Hookups: NEARBY
Convenience Store: NEARBY
Bait & Tackle: YES
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Public Boat Launch Ramps & Landings
Cross Creek County Park Boat Launch
This is a two-lane, concrete ramp with docks and paved parking for over fifty vehicles with trailers.
Cross Creek County Park Kayak Launch
Located in the east corner of the lake, this has limited parking with easy access for portage of canoes and kayaks.
Thompson Hill Park Launch Ramp
Located in the southwest corner of the lake, this is a two-lane, concrete ramp with plenty of paved parking.
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Campgrounds & RV Parks Nearby
Clayton's RV Park - 724 228-1927
Whispering Pines Family RV Park - 724 222-9830
Whispering Pines Family - 724 222-8870
Cross Creek Lake PA Map - Fishing & Camping Areas
Cross Creek Lake
Cross Creek Lake County Park
100 West Beau Street, Suite 705
Washington, PA 15301
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Cross Creek Lake in PA
General Fishing Info
Fishing for saugeye, crappie and bluegill in southwest PA