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Day use park for fishing, hiking, biking and horseback riding. There are picnic areas, restrooms, plenty of parking and great trails around the lake. Kayaks/canoes allowed through no motor boats. Dept of Fish and Game stocks the lake. Open year...more
Lake Tabeaud is a very nice place. You cannot swim in the lake, but you can raft, kayak and fish. ( No motorized boats) If you are a hiker type you can walk around the lake. It is about 2 miles or so. Fishing is...More
Friday night around 3:30 witches broom Creator Stickman was robbed of 2 Deco art pieces worth $500. Middle-aged couple brand new bright red Jeep 4 door. And try to run over him. Isn't this a wonderful world that we live in
A very nice 2.5 mile hike around lake takes you close to the water and through cool wooded areas. It's a very nice walk and not difficult. There are a couple up-down areas, just go slow and you'll be fine. We spotted many types of...More
The drive from Jackson Racheria to Lake Tabeud was 20 minutes. The roads off the highway are very narrow and there are blind curves and one spot over a bridge that's one lane only.
It's an enjoyable drive and our GPS had us make a...More
We live nearby, and frequently visit this spot. My wife runs the roads and trails, our daughter bikes along with her, and I "power hike" like a maniac--with all of us having a great time. The picnic tables offer a great view of the water,...More
Cute Lake and park, our grandson age 4 loved to feed the ducks, and fishing was good too. It's a nice family outing.if you use gps go a little further like a quarter mile,they have bathrooms there but no water.
The scenic lake is the main attraction here. I live about 3 miles from this place and love that it is never crowded or noisy. No swimming allowed, but you can put a canoe or kayak in easily and there is no charge. You can...More
No fee at all. Bring your kayak, hiking boots and/or fishing pole. They have pit toilets. They also have picnic tables and BBQ grills. It is beautiful, free and not very populated, as many people cannot find it.