- Open Now
I love this hidden gem of a park. It has reservation/ island feel. lots of great views and grills to cook out on.
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.
4 boat ramps. Lower ramps are about as soon as it gets for Kayak / SUP using a boat ramp. Parking can fill up on a busy day. Once on the water there is plenty of room to hang out and fish on a kayak or paddleboard. Mostly slow or limited boat traffic. Decent fishing!
Only 2 bathrooms 1 boys 1 girls, far from the fishing pier. The peir needs repair where the wood has rotted. It would be nice if there were benches/ swings for the non fisherman.
we launched our stand-up paddle boards for the first time and had an amazing day