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Prather Creek Falls, also called Chase Lake Falls, is a waterfall in three sections on the spillway of Chase State Fishing Lake. As a spillway waterfall, it's very sensitive to water levels. Despite rain when we visited, there was very little water flow. Only the...More
The tiny, two lane road that leads up to Chase state fishing lake is so picturesque and pastoral, you'll think you've transported inside a Thomas Hart Benton painting. The lake is nestled in the sweetest hills, and feels perfectly secluded. We just stopped for a...More
We camped here on a weekday. One other camper was there so it was without a lot of human noise. We did hear a lot of insects, tree frogs and birds. Swimming is allowed at the lake at your own risk. It's large enough for...More
The this lake is great for fishing and camping. It's also free. I liked camping right next to the water. It provided fire pits and great fishing piers. The view is beautiful day or night. It is also very quiet. I heard that there is...More
Chase lake was a perfect little fishing lake. Very clean with several camping spots, picnic tables, and jetties to fish off of. There were also a couple of fish feeding stations on timers. You can't forget to check out the falls located right off the...More
Nice large lake, with piers jutting out from the roadway that one can stand on and fish from. Lots of room, picnic areas and camping areas also. No charge. Dirt road. Seems like a very well liked fishing spot.
We hiked across the dam and down into the spillway. There are a couple of waterfalls there, which I am thinking would be spectacular with a bit of water. As it was, there was a trickle from a spring thanks to two years of drought...More
Camped here for one night. It appealed to me because I just have a car and a tent, and don't like camping near the RVers and their parade of noisy devices.
Campground was surprisingly clean for a free one. No alcohol allowed, which I guess...More