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Sarah

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May 25, 2012
 
I keep hearing about this lake and it's close enough to go for the day. Does anyone know how you get there from Cabot or how much it costs? Do you recommend going there to swim? Thanks!
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May 25, 2012
 
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Nice lake to visit. Camping, swimming they also have paddle boats. Can't remember the rates but very reasonable.
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May 26, 2012
 
You can take hwy 5 then there's a on the left that's just past lewisberg rd (on the right) I think you can follow it straight down to it I believe..its been a really long time since I went there so someone may want to correct me if I'm wrong on the roads off of hwy 5
ty

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May 26, 2012
 
Lake sounds great!
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May 26, 2012
 
$5 a person to get in. $20 to rent a paddle boat.
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May 26, 2012
 
Sarah wrote:
I keep hearing about this lake and it's close enough to go for the day. Does anyone know how you get there from Cabot or how much it costs? Do you recommend going there to swim? Thanks!
thank you for all of your responses!

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May 27, 2012
 
Sarah wrote:
I keep hearing about this lake and it's close enough to go for the day. Does anyone know how you get there from Cabot or how much it costs? Do you recommend going there to swim? Thanks!
I have went there since I was a kid, now I take my kids, it very beautiful, and relaxing. The kids like the paddle boats, diving boards and the slides. As for camping, they don't have showers!! If that doesn't bother you your good to go. I am planning to have my daughters birthday part there this summer does anyone know how to contact them?
scott

Cabot, AR

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Jun 16, 2012
 
has anyone heard of a bed of water moccasins that were found in indian lakes. i have heard such news but wantedn to double check before going
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Jun 17, 2012
 
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has anyone heard of a bed of water moccasins that were found in indian lakes. i have heard such news but wantedn to double check before going
I heard that last summer! A kid landed in a bed of them and gotten bit.
Scott

Cabot, AR

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Jun 18, 2012
 
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I heard that last summer! A kid landed in a bed of them and gotten bit.
Now the 19 year old from Sherwood. Hmmmm! Thank you.
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Jun 18, 2012
 
Scott wrote:
<quoted text>Now the 19 year old from Sherwood. Hmmmm! Thank you.
I just read this article on fox 16. That is so sad.
Water

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Jun 18, 2012
 
shell wrote:
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I heard that last summer! A kid landed in a bed of them and gotten bit.
There are "dens" of snakes at ALL natural water reserves - lakes, ponds, streams, etc. The only reason there are not in a back yard swimming pool is the chemicals that you place in the pools that keep them out. I am not aware of any den in the swimming area at Indian Lake though. There are other areas of water for fishing that MAY have a den. Indian Lake is a very safe, family oriented place and the government would not let them charge money and put people in danger if there were "dens or beds of snakes" as people on this website are stating. Snakes dens are at the edge of the water by the bank anyway, not out in the middle of the water!
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Jul 7, 2012
 
scott wrote:
has anyone heard of a bed of water moccasins that were found in indian lakes. i have heard such news but wantedn to double check before going
Yes, in fact there was someone who was killed last year from one.
Mike Davis

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Jul 7, 2012
 
Water wrote:
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There are "dens" of snakes at ALL natural water reserves - lakes, ponds, streams, etc. The only reason there are not in a back yard swimming pool is the chemicals that you place in the pools that keep them out. I am not aware of any den in the swimming area at Indian Lake though. There are other areas of water for fishing that MAY have a den. Indian Lake is a very safe, family oriented place and the government would not let them charge money and put people in danger if there were "dens or beds of snakes" as people on this website are stating. Snakes dens are at the edge of the water by the bank anyway, not out in the middle of the water!
I hate to break it to you but the kid that was killed last year was in fact not by the bank when he/she got into the den of snakes and was killed.
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Jul 8, 2012
 
Mike Davis wrote:
<quoted text>I hate to break it to you but the kid that was killed last year was in fact not by the bank when he/she got into the den of snakes and was killed.
do u kno what the kid's name was?
Water

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Jul 13, 2012
 
shell wrote:
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I heard that last summer! A kid landed in a bed of them and gotten bit.
OK, so courios me, I did internet research and found
RUMORS, RUMORS! See Snopes.com : This legend casts water moccasins (or cottonmouths, as they are also called) as the villians because these are the only venomous aquatic snakes in the U.S. Water moccasins don't form "nests" in the water. They're solitary creatures, and even their young quickly go their own ways after coming into this world. Contrary to popular legends, there are NO documented cases of ANYONE suffering multiple snake bites from tumbling into an aggregation or cluster of water moccasins. In fact, human deaths attributed to that species are less than one person per year - out of more than 250 million Americans. Larry McCurty's 1985 novel Lonesome Dove contains a FICTIONAL but memorable "underwater nest of water moccasins" scene. Sorry readers, but no one has died at Indianhead Lake from being bit by a nest of water snakes.
Water

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Jul 13, 2012
 
*curious* not courious. Misspelled...Oops.
Indianhead Lake

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Jul 13, 2012
 
Water wrote:
<quoted text> OK, so courios me, I did internet research and found
RUMORS, RUMORS! See Snopes.com : This legend casts water moccasins (or cottonmouths, as they are also called) as the villians because these are the only venomous aquatic snakes in the U.S. Water moccasins don't form "nests" in the water. They're solitary creatures, and even their young quickly go their own ways after coming into this world. Contrary to popular legends, there are NO documented cases of ANYONE suffering multiple snake bites from tumbling into an aggregation or cluster of water moccasins. In fact, human deaths attributed to that species are less than one person per year - out of more than 250 million Americans. Larry McCurty's 1985 novel Lonesome Dove contains a FICTIONAL but memorable "underwater nest of water moccasins" scene. Sorry readers, but no one has died at Indianhead Lake from being bit by a nest of water snakes.
Well, thank you. There you go, rumors squashed! If this is the same one I recall, the kid died of a heart condition that was undiagnosed.
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Oct 15, 2012
 
its like 5 dollars a peron to get in if i remember corectly. But i would say if youve got time to kill and got no where else to go swimm its not that bad. Not much to do but swim and ive heard that the owner is a complete asshole though, but i never met him when me and my friends went.

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Oct 16, 2012
 
any hot guys go swimming there?

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