The lake is sectioned off into three areas - beach/swimming, boating and jet skis, fishing. In addition to these there are two sections of the lake that I call large alcoves. One is for small sailboats or fishing boats to launch from where you can literally drag your little boat or kayak down to the water and push off. This was the area in which I took some of my foggy day pictures. Then there is another alcove which is is basically only seen by the campsite where the RV's park. Or, you can see it if you take in one section of the park where you can stand on the edge of the lake and fish. The lake is stocked with trout, bluegill, catfish, and largemouth bass. I wish I fished.
My first picture (above), is a short panorama of two photos. It's a much better view if you click on it to enlarge. This was taken from the side of the lake where you can drag your boat down to the edge and push it in.
The panorama and the shot below were taken from this side of the lake. The shot video clip below was taken from the opposite side of the lake from one of the small piers for fishing.
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