Early summer is an amazing time of year at Six Lakes Resort and Fishing Preserve. The wildlife and waterfowl are abundant on the preserve, the fishing is amazing, and the weather is perfect for playing outdoors on the lakes.
In May and June we love to spend time at Six Lakes watching the waterfowl and wildlife as they feed and drink around the lakes on the preserve. Ducks, geese, herons, osprey, egrets, hawks, falcons, woodpeckers, and great horned owls are all frequent visitors to the preserve and many guests enjoy watching them as they fish, walk, and relax on the lake. Wildlife is also abundant at Six Lakes and deer, coyotes, racoons, minks, and foxes can often be spotted coming down for a drink out of the lakes.
Fishing is one of the favorite activities this time of year and the early summer is one of the best times of the year to fish at Six Lakes. The water temperatures are perfect for trout and the fish are active and feeding. The cool mornings and evenings are the best time to catch a lot of fish and many fishermen get out on the lakes early in the morning and late in the evening to catch a trout of a lifetime at Six Lakes.
There is endless outdoor recreation at Six Lakes and May and June is the perfect time of year to do it all. Children love swimming in the pool, biking around the property, and skipping rocks in the lakes. There is also plenty of fun for teenagers and adults. Hiking, Mtn. biking, volleyball, horseshoes, kayaking, paddle boarding, canoeing, and relaxing in the hot tub are some of the favorite activities at Six Lakes. For those guests that enjoy boating, the Big Sand Wash State Park borders Six Lakes on the east side and is great for boating and waterskiing.
This summer we hope to see you at Six Lakes Resort and Fishing Preserve enjoying the spectacular outdoors!