370 Lakeside Boating & Fishing Information
With a 140-acre lake, 370 Lakeside Park offers plenty of boating and fishing options for kids and adults alike! Bring your own watercraft (no gas engines) or rent a kayak, canoe, paddleboat or Jon boat from the park! CLICK HERE for equipment rental information. Plus, go fishing from your boat, from the bank of the lake or from the marina—bass bluegill, channel catfish and crappie await! One-day and seasonal fishing and boating passes are required (FREE for St. Peters residents!)
370 Lakeside-Boating and Fishing
PLEASE NOTE: The lake is closed to boating and fishing December-February.
Fishing & Lake Usage Pass Information
All fishing and lake usage passes are valid March 1-Nov. 30.
(Lake is closed to fishing and boating from Dec-Feb)
Fishing and lake usage day passes and seasonal passes are FREE for all St. Peters residents. (Must show valid Resident Privilege Card.)
General public fees for fishing and lake usage passes (sold individually or as combo passes):
- FISHING OR LAKE USAGE DAY PASS: $2 each
- FISHING OR LAKE USAGE SEASON PASS: $30
- COMBO SEASON PASS (fishing AND lake usage): $50
The fees indicated above are per person for fishing and per watercraft for lake usage.
Pass fees will NOT be prorated. A pass that is issued at time of purchase includes a waiver that is valid for the term of the pass. The pass will not be replaced if lost or stolen; a new pass must be purchased.
City of St. Peters ordinances apply as well as City of St. Peters park and lake rules. The rules are posted and enforced at all times. Pass privileges may be revoked if rules are violated. Pass holder must present pass once per day at RV Check-in Station prior to use. Be prepared to present a photo ID upon request.
Park hours are sunrise to sunset (lake is closed to fishing and boating Dec-Feb). Use of park amenities may be restricted due to special events, severe weather, maintenance, or other reasons as decided by the City.