Lakes and Ponds
Due to the lay of the land, there are no natural lakes or ponds at Catoctin Mountain Park. Some areas adjacent to streams support small intermittent ponds, but these have a tendency to disappear during drought conditions.
Adjacent to the park is Hunting Creek Lake. Managed by Cunningham Falls State Park, the 75 acre man-made lake is a popular place for swimming, boating, and fishing.
Did You Know?
The Brotherhood of the Jungle Cock is an organization formed by fly fishermen in the late 1930’s meeting near Hunting Creek. Their mission is to promote the knowledge, skill, and love of the sport of fishing to our youth. An Indian Jungle Fowl feather, was worn as a symbol by early group members.