All Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission laws apply on the two lakes and the Perkiomen Creek. All boats using any waterways in GLP must be electric or non-powered.
Boating- Deep Creek Lake (dAY USE AREA)
BEGINNING ON DECEMBER 22, 2021
DEEP CREEK LAKE WILL BE CLOSED UNTIL SPRING 2022 DUE TO ICE.
Location: 3036 Deep Creek Rd. Green Lane, PA 18054
Open: 7 days/ week from Sunrise- Sunset
If you are looking to kayak for the day Deep Creek Lake is for you! There are no Park boating permits or quarantining required to use Deep Creek Lake (no boating on Knight Lake). Since Green Lane Park is a Montgomery County Park we don't require a PA State Park launching permit. If you are using a small electric powered boat please make sure your PA boating registration up to date. Paddle boards and inflatable kayaks (2 chambers) are allowed.
Boating- Green Lane reservoir (boat Storage area)
Green Lane Reservoir is a restricted use lake owned by Aqua Pennsylvania.
All boats require Park Registration / Permit & 10-day quarantine at Walt Road Day Use Area.
Only pre-registered boaters are permitted to launch their watercraft.: Boat rack or trailer space - Montgomery County Resident; non–resident.
Next year’s Boat registration will begin on Tuesday March 1st, 2022. (Please call in the New Year to start signing up for appointments).
Call the main park office at 215-234-4528 to make an appointment for registration. Registration is at the Green Lane Park Main Office, located at 2144 Snyder Rd., Green Lane, PA 18054.
****DO NOT GO TO WALT RD. FOR REGISTRATION****
The first day you may bring a watercraft to Walt Rd. to begin the AQUA-required 10-day quarantine is Wednesday March 23rd, 2022 (if registered).
PA Trout Opening Day is Saturday April 2nd, 2022. This will be the first day you may use your watercraft on the reservoir.
Watercrafts must be removed by Sunday, November 6th, 2022.
Please call the park office at 215-234-4528 with any questions.
*NO INFLATABLE BOATS OR PADDLE BOARDS*
*If you don't have a storage spot for the season but would still like to go out on the reservoir; you can rent a boat from Green Lane Boat Rentals (refer to top of page)*