The Diver Map Guide
to the Lake diagrams the many interesting features spread over
the 50 acres of the Lake and assists in the enjoyment of exploring
the Lake . The many features include a massive rock crusher
machine at 35 feet and a sunken bus and boats at 38 – 42 feet.
Two deep holes , one to a depth of 60 feet and the other to
a depth of 80 feet, offer the challenge of deep diving.
Lake is maintained as a natural habitant with no chemicals
added to the water. The unusual clarity of the Lake results
from the spring feeding into the stone cliffs that surround
the entire Lake . All rain and surface water is diverted from
the Lake . An abundance of natural marine wildlife flourishes
in the Lake .
There are 4 easy access entrance ways to the Lake
with ample parking located nearby. 3 entrance ways open from
platforms into deep water. The 4 th entrance way from “ Fantasy Beach ” opens
from shallow water sand beach with a gradual slope.
A large number
of private primitive campsites are available for single tent
or group camping. Night Diving can be arranged.
Divers may bring
non scuba diving guest for sunbathing, relaxing, hiking the Park
trails. Only guest with scuba divers are allowed. The “ Fantasy Mountain ” trail
takes the hiker on a scenic stroll up to the highest point in
Wake County for a panoramic view of the Lake and surrounding
Such amenities, changing facilities, shelters, outdoor shower, entrance
platforms at all access points, underwater training platforms
on the lake bottom are all provided for the diver's use and enjoyment.
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