Tommy J. DeBardeleben

Lyman Lake State Park


Lyman Birds

Black-throated Sparrow

Sanderling (rare in White Mountain region)

Sabine's Gull (rare in White Mountain region)

Semipalmated Plover

Black Terns (uncommon spring and fall migrants in region)

Shorebirds:  American Avocet, Western Sandpiper, Least Sandpiper

Forster's  Terns and Common Tern


Lyman Scenes


Lyman Lake State Park on eBird


Lyman Lake State Park Maps

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Map # 1:  Overview of the lovely Lyman Lake

Map # 2:  The west side of Lyman Lake

Map # 3:  The east side of Lyman Lake

When driving on the road through the park, the pavement turns to dirt when going east past the day use area.  The road is in good condition.  Follow the dirt road east and look for other dirt road pulloffs that extend north to Lyman Lake.  These three turnoffs indicated by the brown paths are excellent for viewing the lake and these lookouts have been very productive for water birds, especially the eastern-most one.  The shoreline along the day use area is also a good place for viewing waterbirds. 


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