Pottawatomie County State Lake No. 1
Wonderful fishing lake. The maximum depth of the lake is 17 feet, with an average depth of 6 to 8 feet. It is surrounded by bluestem prairie and bordered by woodlands, has a variety of wildlife.
In summer, great blue herons can be seen feeding in the shallows. Early spring and fall will bring migrating waterfowl, including buffleheads, common goldeneyes, and green-winged and blue-winged teal.
Handicapped-accessible restroom, Picnic tables, Boat ramp. Primitive, tent camping only.
Located five miles north of Westmoreland on Hwy 99, two miles south of Blaine.
Look along the stream at the north end for beaver dams and feeding signs. Be alert for white-tailed deer and raccoons. In the woodlands watch for great horned and eastern screech-owls. Warblers, flycatchers, and vireos are present during migrations.