This park was highly recommended by a dear friend who has been here many times over the years for family reunions. I was told the pool was a must see. My husband and I stopped for a few days, unfortunately it was very cold at the time. Other than the park, the town has virtually no attractions unless you like to sight see old neighborhoods, seemingly from a forgotten era. We did take a ride out to the lake It's much bigger than we expected and I'm sure during fishing season the place can be quite busy.
The park itself is clean and well maintained. The cottages were being renovated while we were there.
On our last day there, my husband insisted that we take a swim. How can you not, he said. Anyway, it was 35 degrees outside as we walked over to the pool. Shedding my outer garments was a bit difficult, thinking about and feeling the freezing temperatures. However, after jumping in to the 70+ degree pool, I was transfixed! It felt great. I actually had to keep my head under water to warm it up. How cool! The water was crystal clear and fish and turtles and who knows what else was underneath me. Such a natural, clean, wonderful experience.
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