Walker Lake

For fishing and boating (electric motors only), the 239-acre Walker Lake near Troxelville in western Snyder County, is excellent. The lake and shoreline are owned and managed by the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission. Current species include northern pike, largemouth bass, walleye, black crappie, and bluegill.

Fishing is also popular at nearby Faylor Lake, a 140-acre resource near Beaver Springs.

 

Faylor Lake

Faylor Lake is a shallow, 140 acre lake laying in the large valley between Jacks’s and Shade Mountains in western Snyder County just outside of Beaver Springs.  Fed by Middle Creek this lake is home to numerous species of warm water fish, turtles, migratory birds, song birds and frogs.  There are parking lots and a gravel boat ramp.  Subject to all applicable Fish & Boat Commission regulations, boating is limited to un-powered boats only.