Quartz Lake State Recreation Area

Quartz Lake State Recreation Area


Location:10 miles north of Delta Junction; access via a 3-mile road at milepost 277.8 on Richardson Highway.
Facilities:115 campsites, 2 cabins, 4 ice fishing huts, picnic areas, picnic shelters, toilets (é), drinking water, 2 boat launches, fishing docks (é), boat rentals, swimming area, beach volleyball court, trails.
Activities:Camping, swimming, water-skiing, fishing, ice fishing, hiking, wildlife viewing, snowmobiling, dog mushing, skijoring.
Special Features:Fishing is the main attraction of the Quartz Lake Recreation Area. Quartz Lake, which has some of the best road accessible fishing in Interior Alaska, is stocked annually with more than 300,000 fingerling rainbow trout, as well as coho salmon. Lost Lake, which is also part of the recreation area, is also well-stocked and has some good fishing, especially canoe or dock fishing.
Address:c/o Northern Area Office
3700 Airport Way
Fairbanks, AK 99709

Phone:907-451-2695
Web: www.dnr.state.ak.us/parks/units/deltajct/quartz.htm
Size: 556 acres.

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