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.
Beautiful place to hike, fish, and launch boats & kayaks. I fished while there and enjoyed myself. There are a couple of fishing piers near the launch ramp. I got lucky and caught a nice little slob.
Cheryl A. Foster
Beautiful cove, lots of parking but fills up on weekends. Launch ramp itself is EXTREMELY slippery as it does not have ridges on the surface. Watched several people slip when exiting their boats despite having shoes on. Hanging onto the boat is a must!
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
Great place for a morning walk, fishing or launching your boat