As a native in the area. (born and raised in the area) I am not sure why; but I had never been to this park. That is unfortunate because this place is truly a gem. Its not HUGE but thats ok. Its enough; if that makes sense. There are fishing piers (or technically theyre like bridges) to fish from, as well as 2 boat landings to drop your boat, kayak, paddle boards, etc. this park is essentially directly across the lake from McDowell park and is a little inlet of sorts, which is fantastic for paddle boarding and/kayaking. I love this place and have gone quite a few times.
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Very scenic and beautiful area. Has a few fishing docks and boardwalks. Concrete boat ramps, bathrooms and three parking areas.
Love this place! Second time coming for a company picnic!
Convenient with 2 double ramps in the park. Plenty of parking. Cove is nice for chill paddles and boaters and paddlers can easily put in near each other without getting in each others way. Lots of fishing here. Technically, one is not supposed to be fishing next to the ramp per the parks and rec site but no one enforces that, nor is there such signage. I wish parks and rec would make that more clear and make the area aside the motorized boat ramps a more proper kayak launching beach. Fishermen have no business with fishing line and hooks being left where people and pets are walking and putting in watercraft with limited foot protection.
Great place to take the kids fishing. They have a few docks which is specially good now during social distancing. Kids caught a few fish since they can just throw hooks in and fish are right there. Overall great spot to fish and take kids to teach them