Littleville Lake

Description:

The launch boat ramp (10-hp limit) provides anglers easy access to the stocked brook, rainbow and brown trout, in addition to the native populations of warmwater fish. Stream fishing is available along 1.5 miles of the Middle Branch of the Westfield River. Hunting for deer and upland game birds and ice fishing are seasonally available. For up-to-date information, call (413) 667-3656.

Directions:

From Westfield, west on US 20 to Huntington, then Route 112 2 miles, left on Littleville Road to the dam.

Phone:

(413) 667-3656

Email:

Address:

Knightville Dam Road Huntington, MA 01050-9744

Activities:

Boating Hiking Winter Sports Water Sports Wildlife Viewing Environmental Education

Organization:

USACE - US Army Corps of Engineers

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