The lake is located by taking the 40th Ave. exit off of highway 12 and turning left (east) on Fruitvale Boulevard go .2 miles and turn left on a gravel driveway, cross railroad tracks to parking lot. Latitude: 46.62222: Longitude: -120.55417 Fishing is expected to be good for planted, catch-able rainbow and brown trout. Selective fishery regulations are in effect. Year-around season.
This 23 acre lake is located along the Greenway Trail in Yakima. Travel north on 1st St., turn right on “R” Street and drive .5 miles, turn left at Coke entrance. Follow gravel road under I-82 to parking lot. (Latitude: 46.6282 Longitude: -120.5090) This lake is stocked with catch-able rainbow and brown trout. Trout are between 8 and 12 inches. Largemouth bass up to 7 pounds have been caught. Rotary provides good fishing opportunity spring through fall. Year-around open season with disabled accessibility.
Sarge Hubbard Park Pond:
The lake is located off I-82. Take exit 33 travel east on Terrace Heights Drive. Exit right on 18th Street continue south to parking lot, and follow path to pond. This small 3.5 acre pond features disabled accessibility and is located near the Greenway Trail at Sarge Hubbard Park in Yakima, and open year-round only to juveniles and holders of disability licenses. It is regularly stocked with catch-able-size rainbow trout and fingerling channel catfish.
The lake is located one mile north of Yakima on I-82. Take Exit 30 to Rest Haven Rd. parking lot or north on 1st St., turn right on “R” Street and drive .5 miles, turn left at Coke entrance. Follow gravel road under I-82 to parking lot. There is a short hike in to this lake which holds rainbow and brown trout,large mouth bass and pumpkinseed.
The lake is located by taking Highway 823 from Yakima north through Selah to Wenas Road, turn left, and follow it northwest for 12 miles to the lake. (Latitude: 46.820, Longitude: -120.680)
This is a 61 acre lake created by the damming of Wenas Creek, it holds rainbow, brown trout and channel catfish. There is public access.
Excerpted from Yakima Greenway Foundation * and Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife