Lake Rohunta Professional Review and Guide
"Lake Rohunta’s shallow waters harbor legions of aquatic plants, sometimes making paddling slow-going, especially on the southern reaches. Look for deer, osprey, ducks, geese, and other aquatic birds here. Blueberries grow in profusion is some places, and this is a great place to study trees, shrubs, and aquatic plants.
In a strong breeze, the bay gets quite rough. With winds from the south, you can reach Pease Pond without too much difficulty (at low tide, exposed sand banks present obstacles). You can also land on the Atlantic side of the Lagoon or Cape Poge Bay and hike the 14 miles of trails in the wildlife refuge along the beach, although four-wheeler trails preclude having a wilderness experience. Also, note that poison ivy grows in profusion amid the dunes. Waves crash the sandy shores of this beautiful beach."