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The 167-acre Kettle Creek Reservoir is noted for its trout and bass fishing. Also found in the lake are:

  • Brown bullhead
  • Sucker
  • Panfish

The Lower Campground is beside the seven-acre Kettle Creek Lake, a very popular fishing area.

Kettle Creek is noted for its excellent water quality that supports a healthy aquatic population.

Mine drainage limits the fishing quality below the Lower Campground.

Many excellent native trout streams surround the park. Additional information on fishing is available at the park office.

Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission laws apply. Complete information about fishing rules and regulations in Pennsylvania is available from the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission.