Apollo Lake

Location and Directions:

4555 W Avenue G.
Lancaster, CA 93536

     Apollo Park is located in the city of Lancaster. From Los Angeles, take I-5 North to Hwy. 14 North. Exit on Avenue H. Turn West and drive 2.5 miles to 50th Street West. Turn Right and continue 1.1 miles to the park.


General Info:

     The park has 3 inter-connected lakes totaling 26 acres. It is open daily from 6 a.m.- sunset. (661) 940-7701


Other lakes and creeks in the area:
Elizabeth Lake
Castaic Lake
Little Rock Creek
Little Rock Res.
Bouquet Canyon Creek


Boating Info:

    No boats, kayaks, or float-tubes allowed.

Fishing Info:

    The park is stocked with rainbow trout from Winter through early Spring and catfish during the Summer months. There are also bluegill, largemouth bass, crappie, and carp in here. Be sure to visit the CDFW web site for complete regulations before heading out.



Comments and Tips:

     This lake gets stocked in the winter every other Thursday starting in November for trout. The fish don't really start hitting till December second week then the water is just about right. the action can be fun on stocker size fish good place to take the kids for their first time fishing and teaching the basics If you live in the A.v. it is a decent place for that two or three hour quick trip two relax and drown a few worms.


Hi,
Thank you for your info on Apollo Park lake. There are a couple of things you might want to add to your posting. They hold a fishing derby in November and in March. One is for kids and the other for adults. For these derbies, they stock it with trout ranging from 1- 10 lbs. The winner of the last derby in March caught a 6 pounder. Our Walmart in Palmdale fishing department reported that a customer also caught a 10 pounder in March 2013. They do stock the lake every other Thursday. Fisherman use powerbait and rarely use worms and don't have much luck on lures. In the summer starting around June, they stock the lake with catfish. I personally went fishing the other day and caught a 17 inch rainbow and the ones I've seen caught were in that range or bigger.
Hope this helps
Bob
Palmdale California

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