A 6,058-acre lake with an excellent bass and crappie fishery in early spring, as well as good bream fishing in late spring and summer. Access to Lake Harney is limited, although the lake may be reached from the St. Johns River via ramps on Mullet Lake Rd. off S.R. 46, and in Lemon Bluff south of Osteen. Located off SR 46 that allows access to Lake Harney. Follow the St. Johns River north to the lake entrance
Lake Notes: Specializing in Largemouth Bass, Black Crappie and Bream. The St. Johns River enters the lake at the south end and exits at the north.
Lake Harney. Swimming, Fishing, Water Skiing, Becoming Primarily a residential lake but has parks. Boat Ramps (Small Fee May Apply). Fishing, Skiing, Marinas. Near Florida State Route 50 and I 95.