Bradys Lake Professional Review and Guide
"The long drive to Bradys Lake alone will lend a sense of being deep in the woods. Once at the trailhead lot, the size of Bradys Lake seems endless as your eyes strain to reach the far shores of the lake. You’ll find lots of wildlife here, both above and below the lake surface. You may spot hawks, waterfowl, and the occasional bald eagle, as well as whitetailed deer and a prolific flock of wild turkeys. The lake is stocked with fish and makes for some great shore and boat fishing.
Bradys Lake is managed by the Pennsylvania Game Commission in conjunction with the Pennsylvania Fish Commission. Contact these two state agencies for regulations concerning hunting, fishing, and boating on and around the lake. Highlights: short but secluded woodland ride; spectacular location on the shores of Bradys Lake, boating, fishing, foundation ruins, an ancient white pine tree, beautiful old rail grade, wildlife viewing including beaver, deer, and turkey. Tread: great, wide-open grassy old woods roads combined with a neat, hidden old railroad grade covered in cinders."