In addition to its natural beauty, Ham Green Lake has a rich history. As far as we can tell, there was a Roman road which crossed the bottom lake. Pill and Abbots Leigh are separated by a narrow strip of water in the middle of the lake. The hospital in Ham Green relied on the lake for its water supply. For patients returning from the Crimean War, Ham Green Hospital served as an isolation facility.
As a result of the lake's division, a course lake was able to be created at the top, and a carp/course lake at the bottom. ?
Over 11,000 course fish, including Roach, Rudd, Bream, Perch, and Tench, were recently added to the t op lake. Carp may be found at Ham Green Lake, which is mostly a coarse fishing lake. The lake is popular with carp fisherman.
Carp up to 20 pounds may be found in the bottom lake. Bill needs to know if you plan to go night fishing on the lake. Ending at the bottom of the lake, there is a parking lot.