Black Lake

Black Lake is a large, shallow lake located in the northern region of New York State. It has over 60 miles of shoreline, a depth of 40 ft, and it covers an area of 7,593 acres in St. Lawrence County.

The watershed surrounding Black Lake consists of over 400 streams, creeks and marshes. The most notable tributaries are the Upper Black River, Rainy River, Canada Creek and East Branch. These watersheds are home to a variety of wildlife species, including white-tailed deer, wild turkeys, bald eagles, black bears and beavers.

The lake supports an abundance of fish species, including largemouth and smallmouth bass, northern pike, yellow perch, walleye, brown bullhead, and panfish.