Uniontown School Pond

Located on the Uniontown School grounds in Uniontown. Administered by the City of Uniontown. Managed by Kansas Department of Wildlife,Parks and Tourism. This pond project was part of the hiking/walking trail developed for the district by Don George. The entire project was funded with funds from the National Trails Grant and Community Lake Assistance Project Grants. This pond is open to public fishing and is utilized by the school as a living classroom. It is annually stocked with channel catfish by the Dept.

Location/Address:
Uniontown, KS, KS 66779

Impoundment Type: Community Lake

Surface Acres: 2 acres

Maximum Depth: 14 ft.

Normal Lake Level: conservation pool

Current Lake Level: normal

Administered by the City of Uniontown. Managed by Kansas Department of Wildlife,Parks and Tourism. This pond project was part of the hiking/walking trail developed for the district by Don George. The entire project was funded with funds from the National Trails Grant and Community Lake Assistance Project Grants. This pond is open to public fishing and is utilized by the school as a living classroom. It is annually stocked with channel catfish by the Dept. This pond project supports several earthen piers that increase shoreline opportunities for anglers. Parking is easy and close. There are two fishing regulations and information boards.

Fishing PopulationCreel LimitMin Length Limit
Crappie 50 0
Largemouth Bass 2 18
Channel Catfish 2 15
Bluegill 0 0
* Largemouth, Smallmouth, Spotted Bass in Combination
** Striped Bass or Wiper in Combination
*** Walleye, Sauger or Saugeye in Combination