All of the lake's shoreline is private so to access this lake is done through Halfmoon Lake only during high water via a small marshy area where the two lakes connect. Not sure it's worth the effort. Still Morgan Lake has fairly clear water and is beautiful during early summer when the flowers are blooming around its shores. Fishing: Rainbow & Cutthroat Trout. Directions: From Moses Lake take HWY 17 south toward Othello; turn right (west) on HWY 262/O'Sullivan Dam Road. After crossing the dam and short distance down the road passing MarDon Resort turn left/south onto H Road SE. Proceed down H Road SE to the intersection of this road with W. McManamon Road. Turn left/east onto W. McManamon Road. Follow this road down the hill, across Crab Creek, to almost S. Morgan Lake Road. Before you get to S Morgan Lake Road you will see a gravel road next to a creek, turn on this road and you will see a wide parking area. Rough trails lead to Halfmoon Lake. To see the lake off the road proceed pass this gravel road on W McManamon Rd., Turn north on S. Morgan Lake Road. Proceed about a mile down the road. On your right is Morgan Lake (no access at this location). Map: To view a map click on google.com/maps and type in Morgan Lake, Adams County, WA. or type in the GPS coordinates of 46.894215, -119.239099
ACCESSIBILITY: PARKING... None; PATHS/TRAILS... None; RESTROOMS/FACILITIES/SHADE… None; DOCKS/LAUNCHES/PLATFORMS… None; DIRECT WATER ACCESS… No; TRANSFER SYSTEMS... None; SENSORY... No; CAMPING... No; O.T.H.E.R… Oddities/Barriers: Private shoreline. Only accessible via marsh area where the lakes connect during high water only. May or may not be able to cross this area without upper body strength pushing oneself through the marsh with paddle; Terrain: No shore access; H2O/Water: Water normally murky. Water temperature in the summer can be around 60 to 70 degree. Drinking water not available; Environmental Conditions: High winds and hot summer temperatures; Resources: Food, drinks, and gas in town of Moses Lake, Othello (Wal-Mart) and at Potholes Reservoir resort area.