Grenada Lake is recognized throughout the South as a hot spot for crappie, and is also stocked with bass, bream, and catfish. The boat launching ramp is open year-round. The boat ramp at Carver Point is closed.
Alert: Grenada Lake water levels are controlled by the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers. Generally the lake is lowered for flood control starting on July 1 to January 1 and starts its rise back to recreation pool level. At Hugh White State Park, dependent upon rainfall generally the boat ramps are not usable November 1 to March 1 of each year. Many boat launch ramps are inoperable during this time; however, there are always low water ramps on the lake that are useable and available. You can view current lake levels at link below or by contacting the park office at (662) 226-4934.
Unrestricted water skiing is permitted in all areas of Grenada Lake.
Grenada Lake offers 64,000 acres of fresh water for fishing and water sports. The lake is recognized throughout the South as a hot spot for crappie fishermen, and is also stocked with bass, bream, and catfish. Numerous coves, inlets, and the waters below the dam offer excellent opportunities for both weekend enthusiasts and serious anglers. A Mississippi fishing license is required for all persons between the ages of 16 and 65. Licenses may be purchased at the park office for a nominal fee.