- Archery Range
Summit Lake State Recreation Area is a 190-acre lake, surrounded by 345 acres of land. The area offers fishing, hiking, hunting, swimming and camping, among other activities.
Summit offers excellent fishing opportunities for all anglers, and the recent addition of jetties give bank anglers access to deeper water. Bass, bluegill, catfish, crappie and walleye are all stocked in the lake. There is one fish-cleaning station.
For more information on fishing opportunities here and at parks across the state, visit the interactive public fishing areas map. This map provides detailed information on available species, regulations, public boat ramps, fish cleaning stations and ADA-accessible boat ramps and docks, among other features in reservoirs, lakes, streams and rivers statewide. Lake contour maps are available for some lakes, as well.
All boating is permitted at Summit Lake State Recreation Area, though boaters must observe a 5 mph speed limit as well as a no wake rule. The area has two ramps and five docks.
A swimming beach is popular with park visitors during the warmer months. No lifeguards are on duty.
Hunting is permitted in season after Labor Day. Consult the latest hunting guides for more information. Target shooting is prohibited.
The area offers 73 picnic tables, 64 grills and two picnic shelters.
Summit offers two miles of hike-bike trails.
The area also offers a playground, horseshoe pits and archery range.
Summit Lake SRA offers 30 tent sites, 13 non electrical pad sites and 30 electrical pad sites. Water, vault toilets, shower house and a dump station are available.
A park entry permit is required and may be purchased at the park or statewide Game and Parks offices and permit vendors or in advance of your arrival online.
Address: Summit Lake SRA | 2787 Co. Rd. G | Burt County, Neb.
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