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    Pinehurst Lake
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A 9-hectare kettle lake, Pinehurst Lake was formed by a single sheet of ice. In the winter, Pinehurst is known for excellent snowshoeing and ice fishing; in the summer, for radio-free camping (including group camping), swimming, fishing and boating. The sandy beach is unpatrolled; life-jackets are available on loan. Popular fish include sunfish, largemouth bass, bluegill and black crappie. Paddleboats and canoes may be rented from May-August; motorized boats are not permitted. There are 400 picnic tables in the area (recycle and garbage containers are also present), as well as flush toilets and coin-operated showers. The area also features approximately 20km of hiking and cycling trails.


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When I was young at the Thames River, I got up as early as I could and rode my bike down to the murky waters, ready to watch the bright sun as it rose over the river.



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