Orgill Park is composed
of 440 acres of rolling meadows, lakeside
vistas, paths and shady spaces for all kinds
of outdoor recreation enjoyment. Casper Lake
is a 67-acre lake available for fishing and
boating activities, allowing kayaks, canoes
and fishing boats (non-motorized except for
trolling motors). There is a long fishing
pier and the lake is stocked with largemouth
bass, bream, sunfish, and catfish.
There is a boat launch ramp with ample
parking for trailers and guests.
All TWRA rules apply (including fishing
permits) to the use of Casper Lake.
For more information,
Shelby County Conservation Board
1072 Mullins Station Road, Suite # 142-C
Note: Contributions to this article are from
Dr. Rita Hall, Paul Matthews & Jimmy Ogle
of the Rural Heritage Trust of Southwest