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TWRA Family Fishing Lakes

Laurel Hill Lake - Lawrence County

Photo of Laurel Hill Lake


Approximately 15 miles west of Lawrenceburg.

Take Peter Cave Road off U.S. 64 to lake entrance. From the Natchez Trace Parkway, take the Laurel Hill Lake exit (Brush Creek Road) to lake entrance.

Lake Information:

(931) 762-7200


325 acres

Fishing Facilities:

Fishing licenses - Fish attractors - Fishing pier - Bait & tackle - Boat launching ramp - Boat rentals

Other Facilities:

Picnic areas - Restrooms - Grills - Vending machines - Primitive camping area  - A "youth-only" fishing area is located near the office/concession building. (Youths 16 and under may fish in this area)

Species Found:

Largemouth bass - crappie - bluegill - redear sunfish - blue & channel catfish

Fishing Tips:

Bluegill fishing with worms, crickets and meal worms is most productive in the spring in shallow spawning areas. Look for bluegill on or near the bottom in deeper water in the hot temperatures of mid-summer.


Map of Laurel Hill Lake