This 100-acre reservoir was constructed in 1996 as a water supply lake for the City of Maysville. The reservoir is surrounded by 265 acres of mainly old fields with some timber on the south side of the lake which provide a good setting for picnicking, hiking, and nature viewing. Since enrollment in the Community Assistance Program, the Missouri Conservation Department has added a parking lot, concrete boat ramp, disabled-user access privy, fishing dock, courtesy dock and bank fishing trail along the perimeter of the lake. Willow Brook Lake provides fishing opportunities for largemouth bass, bluegill, crappie, and channel catfish. Channel catfish are stocked periodically by the Conservation Department.
From Maysville, take Highway 6 west 0.10 mile, then SW Water Street Road south, then SW Davis Road west to junction of SW Davis Road/NW Lakeside Road to lake entrance.
3CSR 10-12 101 Title; Authority
Chapter 12 of the Wildlife Code applies to this area. This area is not owned by the Missouri Department of Conservation. The information provided reflects regulations for activities regulated under a cooperative agreement between the Missouri Department of Conservation and the owner of the area. For more information on any activity not listed below, contact the area owner at the phone number listed in the area details section.
3CSR 10-12 110 Use of Boats and Motors
Boats may be used on this area.
Outboard motors in excess of 10 horsepower may be used, but must be operated at slow, no-wake speed.
3CSR 10-12 130 Fishing, General Provisions and Seasons
Fishing is prohibited on some areas managed under a cooperative agreement with the Department, but allowed on others. Special regulations may apply to fishing. To determine the fishing regulations for this area, consult the Missouri Code of State Regulations in Chapter 12 of the Wildlife Code.