Pike County Lake 

722 County Road 2224

Pike County Lake originally opened in 1951, but time took its toll on the dam and the property, and it closed in 2012 for repairs.

In June of 2016, the lake reopened after a major renovation partnership between the City of Troy, and the State of Alabama Department of Wildlife and Fisheries.

The lake is now open six days a week, 12 months out of the year, closed on Wednesday and some holidays.

Pike County Lake is open from Sunup until Sundown, every day, but is closed all day on Wednesday.

Open:    Sunup
Close:    Sundown

Facts and Figures
  • Pike County Lake is 45 acres of water, owned by the State of Alabama and managed by the City of Troy, Alabama.
  • The lake is open from sun rise until sun set. For specific hours call the lake office at 334-674-2480.
  • Fishermen must have a valid fishing license. A fishing license and daily permit can be purchased at the new concession stand and bait shop.
  • The concession stand also sells a full line of bait and tackle.
  • Rentals are available for 14-ft. jon boats, trolling motors, batteries, paddles, vests and more. Ask about discount packages.
  • Total amount of fish allowed per day are:
    Bass - 5, under 14-inches or less each
    Bream - 20 total.
  • There is no extra charge for the fish you catch, just so you take no more bass or bream than the daily creel limits listed above.

    Please note that any water craft must be used for fishing only. You may fish from a kayak, for example, but you may not be on the lake with a kayak if you are not fishing.

Conference Center and Concessions Information
The new concessions and conference center building,
shown below, has a full assortment of bait, tackle and
The conference center is also available for rent for your
next special occasion.

The Reservation Form is located at this link or to the link at right.

Permits and Rentals
Fishing License information
12-Under, 65-over is free
Bait prices
Conference Center Rental Form
Visit the Pike County Lake Archery Park