Lake Smith, across Northampton Boulevard from the Little Creek side of Lake Whitehurst, is similar but lacks deep water. Its 193 acres average only five feet in depth. The largemouth bass population is good and there are opportunities to catch a citation. The lake also has white catfish, crappie, white perch, bluegill, and flathead catfish. However, the perch and bluegill populations are stunted.
Boat permits are required, and gas motors (up to 9.9 horsepower) are allowed. The City of Norfolk has amended their codes to allow boats with outboard motors larger than 9.9 horse power to access the lake if the gas tanks are removed or the outboard is disabled (prop removed). Bank fishing is restricted to an area around the fishing station and requires a permit as well. As with the other Norfolk lakes, the concession is closed.