This imposing lake is tucked away among hardwood hills in the heart of the wilderness. The campground is on the shore of Dark Bay.
Paradox Lake has a natural population of lake trout. The long and narrow shape offers plenty of shoreline. East bay is the shallowest part.
Species: Lake trout, rainbow trout, yellow perch, pumpkinseed
Elevation: 816 feet
Area: 896 surface acres
Shoreline Length: 12 miles
Length: ~ 4 miles
Max Depth: 52 feet
Mean Depth: 25 feet
Max Width: ~75 miles
Ice Fishing Regulations for Paradox Lake:
Trout, All year, Any size, Limit: 5
Lake Trout, All year, 21″, Limit: 3
There is a surface ramp at Paradox Lake Public Campground on Route 74, 2 miles east of the hamlet of Severence. There is parking for 25 cars and trailers with rentals available. Motorboats are welcome here.
Size: 840 acres
Mean depth: 25 feet Species: smallmouth bass, chain pickerel, brown bullhead, rainbow trout, lake trout, yellow perch, pumpkinseed, largemouth bass, northern pike, white sucker, cisco.
A mink may swim up to you as you're paddling around in this smooth lake known as one of most pristine lakes in the whole Park. Campground is located among hills of hardwood and creates the feel of being miles away from the real world. Size: 840 Acres.
Hard surface ramp at Paradox Lake Public Campground on Route 74, 2 miles east of the hamlet of Severance. Motor boats welcome. Parking for 25 cars and trailers. Rentals available.