Mother Nature does not disappoint. The lake itself is probably 20' deep and crystal clear. You can see the moss and the rocks at the bottom of the lake.
I've been here twice now. The first time about 19 years ago. A lot has changed in 19 years (most notably: I now have to haul a 50-year-old body up the hill), and I'm thankful for the improvements built at the lake. It still blows my mind how people cannot read the signs and respect the fragile ecosystem that has taken Mother Nature thousands of years to create. This is truly a paradise for the senses only...respect it!