Yes, the water slides are gone for good. Yes, the place still offers boat rentals and there is a swimming area for the hot season. However, there is one literally hidden side of the area which is rarely mentioned. If you look south (the other way from Stanley boulevard), there is a road going on top of a ridge blocking the view. If you climb over on the other side (it's a probably about a hundred feet tall, so a few minute walk), there is an amazing area with a natural creek and a few small lakes surrounded by dense trees. In dry season, you might be able to see a lot of deers or wild turkeys attracted to the water. It looks more like a wild creak in some far away park and it's hard to believe that it's so close to the town. The main beach area tends to get crowded and noisy during summer and this part stays quite and serene. Highly recommended.
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