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Campbell Point Lake
Bathymetric Map and Fishing Information

Bathymetric Map of Campbell Point Lake

General Information

  • Mean Depth: 2.8 m (9.2 ft.)
  • Maximum Depth: 5.2 m (17.0 ft.)
  • Shoreline Length: 0.8 km (0.5 mi.)
  • Management Area: Anchorage
  • USGS Map: Tyonek A-1
  • Surface Area: 3.5 ha (8.6 acres)
  • Volume: 106,064 m3 (3,745,615 ft3)
  • Elevation: 15 m (49 ft.)

Fishing Information

Species Present: Arctic char, Chinook salmon, rainbow trout, salmonid hybrid

First stocked in: 1992 with rainbow trout

Most recently stocked in: 2016 with Arctic char

Stocking Information

Stocking Access: N/A

Recent stocking records

Access Information

  • Directions: From MP 122.2 on the New Seward Highway – Drive west on Dimond Boulevard roughly 1.2 miles and turn right onto C Street. Head north on C Street roughly 1 mile and turn left onto Raspberry Road. Drive west on Raspberry Road roughly 4.2 miles and turn right on access road at Kincaid Park entrance. Follow dirt road roughly 0.6 mile to lake. Canoes and inflatables can be launched but must be carried a short distance to the lake.
  • Meridian, Township, Range and Section: Seward, 012N, 004W, 05
  • Lat/Long: 61.163105°    -150.023879°