Description - The Corps of Engineers operates one recreational facility at Wallace Lake Dam. There are facilities at the dam of bank fishing. Wallace Lake Dam not only provides flood control, but also affords visitors the opportunity to fish, hunt, hike or just relax and enjoy the day outdoors.
- Wallace Lake is referred to by some folks as the best crappie lake in the area. Fishing is also abundant below the dam.
Recreation - Presently the only boat launch available to the public is located at Milton James Cameron Memorial Park on Wallace Lake Road. No user fees are charged at Wallace Lake Dam Recreation Area.
Climate - Northern regions of the state have cooler winters and somewhat warmer summers than the south. Low temperatures in the winter dip into the high 30s and highs reach 60 degrees F. July and August are the hottest months with average high temperatures reaching 100 degrees. Humidity is slightly lower in the northern uplands and the average rainfall in May is higher than any other month.
Wallace Lake is located Southeast of Shreveport, LA. A map is available above on this page.