Ashe Lake, MS

US Forest Service

Ashe Lake

This recreation area was originally built to provide water for Ashe Nursery. The 8 acre lake is shallow with the deepest area about 15 feet. Visitors may catch bass, bream, and catfish. Lake is open year...[more]




Take Highway 49 to Ashe Nursery Orchard sign; turn East onto Yeaton Spur Roadk turn left (North) at stop sign onto Old Highway 49; take next right onto New York Road; at stop sign turn right (South) onto Ashe Nursery  Road; Ashe Lake is on the right

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