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Centennial Lake

Location: Edina, in Centennial Lakes Park (east side of France Avenue between Gallagher Drive and Minnesota Avenue [West 73rd-77th Streets])

Species present: Bluegill, Black Crappie, Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike, Green Sunfish

Centennial Lake.

Depth: 9 feet

Size: 10 acres

Recent fish stocking

Wheelchair access: Excellent

MTC bus: Routes 6, 537 and 538

Park entrance fee: No

Restrooms: Yes

Parking: Good

Picnic: Yes

Grills: No

Playground: No

Other activities: Walking path

Agency: City of Edina Parks and Recreation Department This link leads to an external site.

(952) 826-0367

Fishing pier: No

location map for Centennial

Comments: Centennial Lake is an excellent family fishing destination in the heart of Edina. Extensive shoreline access allows for the opportunity for your child to catch their first fish. Do not forget your camera! Stretches with guardrails help keep angling safe for young children that want to begin a lifelong love for fishing.

More information about Centennial Lake

2011 Preliminary Lake Survey Results:

Location and Date Species Abundance Average Length (in) Maximum Length (in)
Centennial Black Bullhead medium 8.7 9.5
(Hennepin) Black Crappie low 7.5 9.0
08/29/2011 Bluegill low 6.3 6.3
  Green Sunfish medium 4.0 4.4
  Hybrid Sunfish   4.5 6.4
  Northern Pike medium 21.3 23.5
  Pumpkinseed low 3.8 4.0