Lake Williamstown

Lake Williamstown

Lake Williamstown has 350 acres of beautiful water and 32 miles of shoreline with over 450 waterfront properties. Williamstown Lake is a reservoir in Grant County in the state of Kentucky. The latitude and longitude coordinates for this reservoir are 38.6781, -84.5191 and the altitude is 768 feet (234 meters). More than 300 summer cottages and year-round homes line the lake. Popular recreation spot for boating, pontoon rental,fishing and Jet skiing. Lake Williamstown is known as a recreation destination but it's also the main water supply for Grant County residents.


Commercial marinas and launching facilities provide access to the lake. Many beautiful lakefront properties are found along the shoreline and some become available from time to time.

Grant County is home to three more major lakes. Bullock Pen, a 142 - acre lake is situated just west of Crittenden. Boltz Lake, a 92 acre lake is located in Dry Ridge. Corinth Lake, a 142 - acre lake can be found in the southern end of Grant County in Corinth. All three lakes have a 10 - hp motor limit and offer some of the best fishing in Northern Kentucky. Properties around these lakes are placed on the market for sale periodically.

Come on back for one more time out before the lake freezes over. If you’ve got the guts Williamstown Water Sports Club have got the ride. Stick around and watch if you don’t want to ski.

The black and white speckled waterfowl Loon on Williamstown Lake during the early spring. This common Loon is rather large bird, excellent swimmers. Listen for one of its four calls: the tremolo, the wail, the hoot or the yodel. They usually leave Lake Williamstown by the end of May, on their way north to nest. Mark your calendars for the next annual Safe Boating Course.

Anyone interested in fishing Williamstown Lake should consult with local guides and resources before heading out to fish.


For bass tournaments at Lake Williamstown
Contact person: Bob Perry
Phone: 859 823-0831

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