Upper Summit Lake
Bathymetric Map and Fishing Information

Bathymetric Map of Upper Summit Lake

General Information

  • Mean Depth: 12.7 m (41.8 ft.)
  • Maximum Depth: 21.3 m (70.0 ft.)
  • Shoreline Length: 5.3 km (3.3 mi.)
  • Management Area: Kenai Peninsula
  • USGS Map: Seward C-7
  • Surface Area: 104.4 ha (258.0 acres)
  • Volume: 13,234,024 m3 (467,355,151 ft3)
  • Elevation: 386 m (1,266 ft.)

Fishing Information

Species Present: Dolly Varden, lake trout, Chinook salmon, rainbow trout

First stocked in: 1962 with rainbow trout

Most recently stocked in: 2017 with rainbow trout

Stocking Information

Stocking Access: truck, hose, bucket

Recent stocking records

Access Information

  • Directions: Mile 45.5 Seward Hwy. East side of highway paved turnout. Or Mile 46 Seward Hwy. East 0.6 mile to Tenderfoot Creek USFS campground with camping, water, toilets, dumpsters, tables, firepits and boat launch. NOTE: Please respect property. Keep lake and access sites free of litter.
  • Status: U.S. Forest Service
  • Improvements:
    1. parking
    2. camping
    3. boat launch
  • Meridian, Township, Range and Section: Seward, 006N, 001W, 05
  • Lat/Long: 60.637327°    -149.496868°