• Length: 15 Miles
• Surface Area: 761 Acres
• Volume: 19,118 Acre Feet
• Drainage Area: 19 Square Miles
• Average Depth: 25 Feet
• Maximum Depth: 65 feet
Nancy Lake sits on the edge of the Nancy Lake State Recreational Area which contains over 35 lakes. The recreation area offers multiple activities for every lake-goer. In the summer it offers boating, fishing, hiking, camping, swimming, and nature viewing. In the winter, visitors can enjoy skiing, snow-machining, ice fishing, dog mushing, and snowshoeing.
For boaters, the park has two boat launches. The first is located on Nancy Lake and the other on Lynx Lake. There are also 5 canoe launches and multiple canoe trails.
For campers, there are two campgrounds, South Rolly Lake Campground with 96 sites and Nancy Lake State Recreation Site, on the shore of Nancy Lake, has 30 sites. Both campgrounds offer tent and RV camping and have road access, water, and public use facilities. There are also 13 public use cabins located in the park.
Nature enthusiasts and hikers will enjoy the winter and summer hiking trails offered by the park. Some of the wildlife that can be seen include moose, loons, arctic terns, eagles, beavers, black bears, and brown bears.
There are also multiple picnic areas, public restrooms, and parking spaces available throughout the park.
Info courtesy of Alaska.gov