Lake Alice is filled with beautiful sights and adventure that is just waiting to be explored. Come see what the area has to offer. The following information has been supplied by the Department of Natural Conservation.
General information on hiking includes how-to and safety tips and links to rules and regulations.
Please stay on the designated trails to protect the diversity and richness of the plant communities found within this area.
Hunting and Trapping
Waterfowl, deer, and cotton-tail rabbit entice hunters to Lake Alice while beavers, mink, and muskrats attract the interest of trappers. Pheasants are stocked each fall. Please be sure to abide by all game laws (view hunting seasons and trapping seasons).
DEC has stocked Lake Alice and many of the ponds within the wildlife management area with largemouth bass. The warm, weedy waters permit bass to grown quite large. Brown bullhead and sunfish are also abundant in these waters. Fishing is permitted throughout the wildlife management area from shore or car top boats. A hand launch is located next to the main parking area off Ridge Road. Ice fishing is popular on Lake Alice.
General information on fishing includes how-to and safety tips and links to seasons, rules, and regulations.
Bird watching is a popular activity at Lake Alice. Whether its waterfowl during migration, raptors in the open fields, or song birds in the various diverse habitats present at Lake Alice, there are many varieties of bird species to be seen. Trails within the area provide opportunities for hiking, skiing, and snowshoeing for better wildlife viewing. Use the Wildlife Management Area Mammal Checklist (PDF 453 KB) and the Wildlife Management Area Bird Checklist (PDF 240 KB) as wildlife viewing guides.
General information on animals includes links to information about birds, mammals, fish, reptiles, amphibians, and insects that inhabit or migrate through the state.