Had the opportunity to go to this local Venue in the heaviest rainy season that we have experienced in many years--in July 2013! Take my advice--go in the Morning to early Afternoon hours--prior to the rain-- as you will enjoy the land-based activities--such as biking, as I do as well as miniature golf, or walking much better. The water-based activities--such as paddle boat, swimming, wind-surfing, or canoeing, are enabled by on-site paces to get that equipment. This is a safe venue--many families do actually camp in the park. It is a large park--at about 400 acres. If one is to stay after dark--bring your Coleman Lanterns to light the way as well as the appropriate bug spray--because of the humidity and water. No park access fees during the week. There are places to buy food--but pass them by. Visit a Publix Supermarket on one of three adjoining sides to the Park and make a cheaper, healthier selection than what is provided by the Park. You and Your Friends will Enjoy!
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