Game Fish Present: Primarily Yellow Perch, Bullhead and Brook Trout.
Description: Griffith Lake is a 15-acre lake that is spring fed. The elevation of the lake is about 790 meters and Griffith Lake has a depth of about 22 feet.
Gear Suggestions: Fly-fishing, spinners and bait fishing are allowed on the pond. No motorized craft are allowed on Griffith Lake.
Season and Restrictions: For a complete description of fishing regulations and license fees, visit the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department web site.
Access: From Danby, Vermont, go east on Forest Road 10 about 6.5 miles to the junction with Forest Road 30. Turn right onto Forest Road 30 and go south about 2 miles to the parking area at the gated end of the road. Then continue south on the Corridor 7 trail about 3 miles to Griffith Lake. Griffith Lake can also be accessed from the south by going north out of Peru, Vermont on Forest Highway 3 about 1 mile to the junction with Forest Road 22. Turn left onto Forest Road and go northerly about 0.8 miles to the junction with Forest Road 21. Turn left onto Forest Road 21 and go west about 2.6 miles to the junction with Forest Road 58. Turn right onto Forest Road 58 and go north about 1.7 miles to a parking area at the gated end of the road. Then continue by walking north along an old log road about 2.0 miles to Griffith Lake.
Map: The map is available for printing in Adobe Acrobat format (get Acrobat Reader).
Camping: The Forest Service allows primitive camping near Griffith Lake and there is a shelter to the south of the lake. There are several suggestions and restrictions to camping and it is recommended that you contact the Manchester Ranger District or visit the Green Mountain National Forest web site before camping at Griffith Lake.