Amenities: Fishing Lake
Fishing has resumed and is allowed on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
A fisheries management plan was implemented in 2014. As of June 2015, the fish population has stabilized allowing for the lake to open and fishing can resume on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Catch and release fishing is encouraged.
History of Oak Grove Lake Park
This very unique site, nestled in a highly urbanized residential community, was owned by the SC Department of Natural Resources and transferred to Greenville County Rec in 2008. Shortly afterwards the District solicited comments from the neighbors to determine a vision for the facility. The .8 mile road around the lake is heavily used by walkers, joggers, bikers, and families but not a pedestrian facility. The lake is also stocked and a popular fishing destination for local residents.
Park open from sunrise to sunset.
No alcoholic beverages allowed.
Dog’s must be kept on a 6 foot leash.
Fishing on Wednesdays and Saturdays only.
A valid SC Fishing license required for anyone 16 or older.
Fishing limits are 5 fish (largemouth must be minimum of 12 inches in length). Catch and release is encouraged.
Snagging of fish by any device is not allowed.
No minnows allowed for bait.
Only electric trolling motors allowed. All boats must meet U.S. Coast Guard requirements for operation and equipment.
No hunting or camping allowed.
No brandishing or discharging of firearms.
No swimming allowed.
No street-side parking.
Parking in parking lots only.
Please refrain from feeding waterfowl – “Waterfowl Management”.
Owners are responsible for cleaning up after their pets.