Take pictures of the rock and enjoy a day at Lower Bonnie or Ravine Lake.
Before moving back to Alaska, I saw a picture of this rock and knew I had to see it. So this past summer I made the trek to Bonnie Lake.
What you should know about Bonnie Lakes Road
- It has beautiful views and a fun painted rock.
- It’s gravel, like many roads in AK.
- RVs and large vehicles towing trailers are not permitted. It’s a narrow road with a few tight curves and drop-offs.
- You can take a small, yet steep hike down to Ravine Lake.
- The end of the road (about 2 miles from Glenn Hwy) leads you to Bonnie Lake State Recreation Site.
Fishing at Bonnie Lake and Ravine Lake
- Bonnie Lake State Recreation Site has rainbow trout and arctic grayling. It also has a boat launch and one outhouse.
- Ravine Lake has rainbow trout. No lakeside parking, you must make a short hike from the road.
- Although in the past you were welcomed to camp, there are now signs stating it is day use only.
- There is one outhouse near Bonnie Lake
- No picnic tables, so bring a blanket if you’d like to have a lakeside meal. I sat on the dock at Bonnie Lake and had an amazing lunch view.
GPS coordinates to Bonnie Lake parking area are 61.811405, -148.299179
Have you stopped to see the rock or have lunch by the lake? Let me know what you think!