The largest of the 9 lakes, Ski Lake is flanked on one shore by The Club at Lakeview Golf Course and the other by Ski Lake Park. Toss in "The Point" across from the boat launch and there are three great places to enjoy this lake, the only lake that allows water sports and speeds above idle.
Fishing Lake is an idle speed only lake that offers some of the best bass fishing in the area. It is the second largest of the 9 lakes and has tons of underwater structures to make it a fisherman's dream come true.
This small fishing lake is named for the Boy Scouts who helped to build the park that sits on its western shore. This lake is trolling motor only and is perfect for bank fishing with easy access to almost the entire shoreline.
Across Allison Dr from Ski Lake is the last of the lakes to currently have a park. Catfish Lake, true to its name, offers some prize catfish, even if you are fishing from the pier by the boat launch or from along the dam. It is also a favorite of the local kayak fishers.
Golf Course Lake, otherwise known as Lake Number Seven, is an excellent little getaway lake that runs alongside the golf course at The Club at Lakeview. It's a quiet lake that is a great place to take a john boat and a cane pole.
Until recently, Lake Number 6 was drained, thus the moniker Dry Lake. Now it is back to full pool complete with bream and other fish to snag off the bank or in a small flat bottom boat.
Also called Lake Five, Becky Lake is an out of the way place to kill an afternoon that offers a shady walk along the dam as well as gentle curve that makes the lake feel much larger than it really is. Feel like you're miles away even though the boat launch is right around the corner.
Parson Lake was recently dredged and completely overhauled. The result is a fresh, healthy young fish population and plenty of shore access with a brand new boat ramp to make this lake an excellent little get away for the bream or bass fisherman in the family.
The best kept secret in the western corridor, Lake Retreat is a quiet lake that you won't find unless you know where to look, which is just how the residents like it. Lake Retreat is another fisherman's paradise where members can escape the world and feel a million miles away, right at home.