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Lake Information

County: Pike

Shoreline Length: 0.1 miles

Recreational Amenities

Boat Fishing? No

Boat Ramps? No

Boat Rental? No

Skiing? No

Swimming? No

Picnicking? Yes

Camping? No

  Trout stocked in spring

There are no zebra mussels in this lake.



Fish Status



Stocked in spring only.

Location: King Park Pond is located within King Park at the corner of Mill Street and Benson Street in Pittsfield, IL.

Description: King Park Pond, known locally as King Park Lagoon, is a ½ acre pond located at King Park on the north side of Pittsfield, IL. This urban pond is in a park setting with picnic areas, a community pool, and playgrounds nearby.

History and Status of the Sport Fishery: The pond was dredged in late winter 2024 to clean out sediment that has accumulated over the years. The previous maximum water depth was 4-5’, while the average depth was 2-3’. Dredging reclaimed the original depth in the pond (8'), providing a more suitable environment for fish. Fish species re-stocked include Largemouth Bass, Bluegill, Channel Catfish, and Rainbow Trout. Anglers are asked to please resist the temptation to stock other species.

Additional Lake Information: Site Regulations:
Two pole and line fishing only and each pole must not have more than 2 hooks or lures attached while fishing.
Channel Catfish: 6 fish daily limit
Rainbow Trout: 5 fish daily limit

King Park Pond is located within King Park:

Contact Information:
City of Pittsfield
IDNR Fisheries Biologist, Blake Ruebush