Very quite pond, must take a short uphill dirt road to access, plenty of parking area, and a restroom is available on site, didn't inspect the quality of it though. Also there are picnic tables and grills to cook lunch on. We went on a Tuesday afternoon which may be why it was not so crowded. The lake has about 10 islands that are perfect for stopping for a break. Camping is not allowed on any of them but there are remnants of campfires on some of the islands. When we where there we saw a family of ducks, and two loons with a baby, also we found 3 separate beaver dens, but did not actually see any beavers. Definitely is an excellent afternoon lake to explore, you can spend an hour or an entire day exploring the quiet waters.