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Lake Springfield Map

Maps of the lake and its environs, including locations of landmark sign markers; full-pool water depths; some of the main lake-area roadways; general locations of lake parks, clubs, and boat docks/launches; and bridge and power line clearances.
General Lake Springfield Map Full Lake Springfield Map

Lake Parks Map

A map showing the locations of the lake-area parks owned and managed by CWLP. More information about lake parks, including directions to each of the parks and special park facilities, can also be found below.
Lake Parks Map Parks Information Page

Fish Attractors Map

The northern arm of Lake Springfield is home to multiple fish “attractors,” thanks to a partnership between the Springfield Crappie Club and CWLP. There are 10 sites with a total of 60 man-made fish habitat structures, which are composed of recycled drainage tile and PVC piping. All materials for the structures are nontoxic and non-carcinogenic. These structures provide habitat and a better concentration of game fish to this popular fishing region of the lake.
See Map

E. Coli Monitoring Map

A map showing the locations where e. coli samples are taken from the lake and the most recent readings for each location. More information about the lake's water quality can also be found below.
Water Quality Page

Dissolved Oxygen and Water Temperature Map

A map showing the most recent dissolved oxygen level and water temperature readings taken at various locations on the lake. This map serves as a handy tool for persons fishing on Lake Springfield. More information about fishing and other water sports on Lake Springfield can also be found below.
Water Quality Page

Outline of Lake Springfield Showing Original Paths of Sugar and Lick Creeks

A map showing the original beds of Sugar and Licks Creeks, which were dammed to create Lake Springfield.
Outline of Lake Springfield Map