Iowa Area Lakes and Reservoirs

  • Big Spirit lake

    Spirit lake has 5,684 surface acres of water. It is located in Dickinson County, IA.. Located throughout Spirit Lake area are several Iowa parks offering places to picnic, fish and boat. There is boat access, accessible pier, picnic areas, fishing, boating, beach, and playgrounds. ... Big Spirit lake
  • Coralville Lake

    Coralville Lake is located in Johnson County near the city of Iowa City, IA.. It has 5,280 surface acres of water. It is known for it's Channel catfishing but also provides anglers with Black crappie, Flathead Catfish, Largemouth Bass, Walleye, and White Bass. The Coralville Lake Project is ... Coralville Lake
  • Lake Manawa

    Lake Manawa State Park is one of the most popular outdoor recreation facilities in the Omaha/Council Bluffs metropolitan area. The park has a total 1,500 acres including Lake Manawa which has 700+ surface acres. There are camping facilities and picnic areas located around the lake. It has ... Lake Manawa
  • Lake Odessa

    Lake Odessa is located in Louisa County. It has 3,000 surface acres of water. Although Lake Odessa is more of a wetland complex managed primarily for waterfowl it does provide some high quality angling opportunities for the fishing public. Lake Odessa is known for it's Crappie fishing and ... Lake Odessa
  • Rathbun Reservoir

    Rathbun ReservoirRathbun Lake’s 8 parks, 2 marinas, 11,000 acres of water and 21,000 acres provide space for outdoor recreation activities. Camping, sightseeing, fishing, boating, picnicking and hunting are favorite activities.Bald eagles, white-tailed deer, Canada geese, wild turkey, crappie, walleye, channel ... Rathbun Reservoir
  • Red Rock Reservoir

    Lake Red Rock is Iowa's largest lake with a lake surface area of 15,250. Camping, shoreline fishing,boating, hiking/biking trails, swimming beach, sailing, wildlife viewing, parks,and more. Check out the information bars for more on Red Rock Reservoir. Lake Red Rock has a large expanse of ... Red Rock Reservoir
  • Saylorville Lake

    Saylorville Lake has 5,950 surface acres of water. The Saylorville Lake Project is 26,000 acres, which stretches for over 50 miles up the Des Moines River Valley. A wide variety of recreational activities are available including fishing, picnic areas with group shelters, boat launches, an ... Saylorville Lake