Why Don't You Go Jump In A Lake (Dias)?
Looking for a relaxing day on a lake, you might check out Candace R. Strawn/Lake Dias Park. Whether you enjoy fishing, boating, kayaking or canoeing, you can take your pick at the Candace R. Strawn/Lake Dias Park. This 20± acre park has a number of amenities the entire family would enjoy all focused on the freshwater Lake Dias. Small children will like the little playground set aside for them. Older children and adults alike might prefer fishing for largemouth bass and other freshwater species. You really don’t have to “rough it” here. For those who enjoy picnicking, there are some tables, grills and pavilion with a view of the lake. There are restrooms. Primitive campsites for tents and RV’s are available for those people who enjoy camping. I like the park because there is a free easily accessible boat ramp. Visitors can launch small motorcraft, kayaks or canoes from here. Swimming is not advisable (there may be gators in the lake). Admission to the park is free and it is open 365 days a year from sunrise until sunset.
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