Lesní správa Lány manages twenty-five ponds that, altogether, cover 19.50 ha. Four of these ponds - they cover the total area of 1.95 ha and are situated outside the game park - are rented by a fishing club from Lány. The remaining ponds are properly maintained by Lesní správa Lány in compliance with the requirements of Křivoklátsko Protected Landscape Area. Commercial breeding of common carp, tench, and some species of predatory fish is the primary focus.
The largest pond, the Pilský Pond, has a surface area of 5.80 ha, the next is the Klíčavský Pond (3.50 ha), the Ručičky Pond (2.48 ha) and the Kougl´s Pond (2.00 ha). Smaller ponds form cascades that stream into the Klíčava Dam.
All these ponds, both in the Lány Game Park and in the Pheasantry Amálie, fulfil several vital functions for the wildlife that live throughout the area. They are the sources of fine drinking water, and they also provide a natural and undisturbed environment for a wide range of amphibian and other protected water animals, plants, and nesting birds.