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bgskyman wrote a review Mar 2020
Round Lake, Illinois479 contributions60 helpful votes
Great free location with many spots for fishing, miles of trails and beautiful sceenry. Parking is limited and its very popular. Greta place to spend a few hours.
Date of experience: March 2020
Sally T wrote a review Oct 2019
Albuquerque, New Mexico4,571 contributions490 helpful votes
Located adjacent to the Rio Grande Bosque, Tingley Beach consists of three fishing ponds that are open to the public, free of charge. All anglers are required to have a New Mexico fishing license or one can buy a one day license at the Visitors Centre closeby. Each section you may fish, there's also a store area where you can purchase bait and order some food items. The paddle boats are seasonal. One of the workers had mentioned it's usually from May - June and the boats are put into storage for winter. The nice thing to watch are the many geese and ducks along with people fishing and just lounging around. Certainly a pleasant and scenic place to walk and enjoy the afternoon!…
Date of experience: October 2019
IOWAN1970 wrote a review Sep 2019
Bettendorf, Iowa112 contributions18 helpful votes
Nice place for fishing, feeding ducks. Lots of parking. Take a walk around the whole place & sit & enjoy.
Date of experience: September 2019
Barb H wrote a review Sep 2019
Hartford City, Indiana115 contributions11 helpful votes
It was unique and disapointing at the same time. My brother told me to make sure I went there hoping to put my feet in the sand and water but to find out that it had changed in all these years due to the water and polio and wasn;t able to.
Date of experience: August 2019
Cary P wrote a review Jul 2019
Austin, Texas24 contributions6 helpful votes
just a quick stop after a short hike on the Bosque trail. Very tranquil with clean facilities. We watched families fish on the catch & release lake.
Date of experience: July 2019