Lake #1 : Waterside Drive & Park

Lake #1 has traditionally been known as the skiing lake. Its form is long and narrow with a width of 400 to 600 feet and a length of approximately 4400 feet, giving an area of roughly 50 acres. Because of its length and abuting residences, it is the most suitable lake for motorized boats. The availability of a boating lake to Lakewood residents is an important and valuable asset.

Fishing available from dawn to dusk.

Read the Boating and Fishing Regulations tabs for more information.

Lake #2 : Lakeview Road

Lake #2 has traditionally been known as the fishing lake. It is the largest of the six lakes with an area of approximately 60 acres. It has a length of 3600 feet between the Old Mill Park and the dam at the south end of the lake. Its maximum width is 1400 feet. The form of the lake is a series of narrow fingers lying between fairly steep ridges. A Fishing Dock is located on the East Side of the lake. (Fishing boats operate at trolling speed only.)

Read the Boating and Fishing Regulations tabs for more information.

Lake #3 : Lakeshore Drive & Park

Lake #3 has traditionally been known as the swimming lake, although no swimming is allowed at the present time. This 12 acre lake is 1600 feet by 550 feet. Its adjacent open space is the location of the LPOA Office, tennis courts, ball field, basketball court, park pavillion, picnic tables, kiddie playground equipment and several Rodriguez sculptures.

Read the Boating and Fishing Regulations tabs for more information.

Lake #4-#6 : Edgemere Drive

The upper lakes, #4, #5, and #6, are small in comparison to the others, ranging in size from 2 to 6 acres each. The combined area of these lakes is about 12 acres.

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Boating Regulations

Only LPOA members may operate personal watercraft. A registration application, watercraft inspection and liability insurance policy (in the amount of at least $100,000) are required. Proof of liablity insurance must be provided annually when annual LPOA membership is renewed. You will keep your same number assigned the previous year. Ramp key may be exchanged each year.

Permitted Watercraft:

  • Lake #1: Sail Boats, Rowboats, Fishing Boats, Wave Runners (no jet skis), Unpowered Watercraft (such as canoes, paddle boats and kayaks)
  • Lake #2: Fishing Boats (operated at trolling speed only), Unpowered Watercraft (such as canoes, paddle boats and kayaks)
  • Lake #3 - #6: Unpowered Watercraft (such as canoes, paddle boats and kayaks) For more information, call the LPOA office at 501-753-4937.

LPOA Fishing Regulations

No trot lines, throw lines or yo-yos are permitted. Residents are encouraged to remove any of these items observed on the lakes. All private fishing boats must be registered and have a number assigned by the LPOA office. Persons desiring a key to any of the lake ramps should contact the LPOA office.

Reminder: The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission requires that anyone over the age of 16 have in his or her possession a valid fishing license while fishing. For more information on Arkansas Game and Fish Commission rules and regulations or to purchase a fishing license online, visit their website here.

To register your boat with the LPOA, or for a key to one of the lake ramps, call 753-4937.