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Long Lake (Kenai)
Bathymetric Map and Fishing Information

Bathymetric Map of Long Lake (Kenai)

General Information

  • Mean Depth: 3.5 m (11.5 ft.)
  • Maximum Depth: 7.9 m (26.0 ft.)
  • Shoreline Length: 1.6 km (1.0 mi.)
  • Management Area: Kenai Peninsula
  • USGS Map: Seward B-7
  • Surface Area: 6.1 ha (15.0 acres)
  • Volume: 212,159 m3 (7,492,324 ft3)
  • Elevation: 335 m (1,099 ft.)

Fishing Information

Species Present: rainbow trout

First stocked in: 1993 with rainbow trout

Most recently stocked in: 2015 with rainbow trout

Stocking Information

Stocking Access: truck, backpack

Recent stocking records

Access Information

  • Directions: New trail (4.5 miles) flagged and brushed in 2006 from Grayling/Meridian/Long trailhead located at Mile 13.2 west side of Seward Highway. Follow trail to Meridian Lake; Long Lake trailhead takes off to the left shortly before reaching Meridian Lake. Alternate access at mile 15.9 Seward Hwy. Turnout on east side of road. User-established trail begins on west side of highway. ¾ mile on steep, poorly defined trail. NOTE: Leave No Trace. Keep lake and access sites free of litter.
  • Status: U.S. Forest Service
  • Meridian, Township, Range and Section: Seward, 003N, 001W, 36
  • Lat/Long: 60.307772°    -149.377029°