464 Acres, Maximum Depth 66’, Water Clarity ~16 ft.Getting in the water:
We launched from the public boat access on the south west side of the lake. It was pretty clearly marked and easy to find. Parking was limited and since it was memorial day, extra crowded. I found a spot on the main road about 4 blocks away.
On the water:
The paddle was very smooth, but being memorial day, there was a lot of motors on the lake that created some choppy waves. We started out having the wind at our backs and set a solid initial pace. We made it to the North eastern bay, a nice little peaceful part of the lake, so we stopped and soaked up the sun a bit:
The paddle back to the shore was much more difficult facing the wind, but we made it. Overall, we spent about 2 hours total on the water. Roger wanted to keep paddling.
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