This great water feature offers more than 14 miles of shoreline and 970 acres of water. Fishing is the primary recreation on this lake (bass, crappie, bluegill, catfish). You may even catch a fishing tournament on this lake. Raccoon Lake’s 5 mph limit is favorable for a variety of watercraft including kayaks, canoes, stand-up paddle boards, sailboats, and paddle boats. A boat ramp and canoe/kayak launch site is located at the north end of Country Club Road.
All watercraft operated on Raccoon Lake shall abide by State and City Regulations, including obtaining State Watercraft Card and City Boat License. There is no City Boat License required for Non-Motorized Watercraft on City Lakes. More information may be found here. Please find our recent fishing fact sheet here.
A newly installed 16′ by 64′ floating fishing pier extending nearly 100 feet onto Raccoon Lake, offering excellent fishing opportunities.