COVID-19 Breaking News: Escape To Your Favorite Area Lake To Detox & Rejuvenate!




COVID-19 Breaking News: Escape To Your Favorite Area Lake To Detox & Rejuvenate!


With the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak around the world & close to home in our own nation - nearly every household has been affected to one degree or another. And, listening to the news of it all can be quite depressing and stressful to the immune system. Plus, it plays havoc on our emotions and mental state. This is true - even if we continuously hold a positive outlook on life!


So, How Do We Escape The Negative Effects of the Pandemic?


An excellent way to escape all the negative effects is to take a trip to your favorite area lake! Take the weekend to go camping alone – away from all the notifications and news breaks about the pending doom of the virus! And how it can affect our lives!


Or, even consider getting away with your family – to spend quality time together with them. You will gain newfound peace, quiet time, social distance from others, and a place to enjoy your life.


Detox & Rejuvenate To Stay Healthy


With the minute by minute COVID-19 notifications all around us, it is potentially affecting each of us emotionally, mentally, and physically. We all need to carefully take care of ourselves during this time of uncertainty.


We must detox and rejuvenate ourselves - so we can continue to stay healthy amid the pandemic times. We have our own health to consider, the health of our loved ones, outside family, and friends. And, one of the best ways to detox and rejuvenate is to get away and bond with nature near the waters of your local area lake.


The Perfect Get-A-Way & Solution


Taking time off alone or with your family is the perfect get-a-way and solution! By spending the weekend (or longer) at your local area lake, you can distance yourself from others. There is no need to fly to get to your destination, no need to worry about being in highly populated places.


You gain control over your surroundings while enjoying excellent biosecure vacation time. So, why not consider scheduling time to get away from the news and pending dangers of the day?


Available Camping & Lodging Options


Schedule time to visit your local area lake to get away and chill for a while! Take a few moments to view our camping sites and lodging options listed on our lake sites. On-site, you will also find area marinas, fishing guides, along with other valuable resources.


Enter into Serene Surroundings of Nature


Plan time to get away from the world of technology and enter into the serene surroundings of nature! Pack up your camping gear, fishing gear, or your suitcases to stay for as much time as you need.


Enjoy the tranquility of the nearby waters. And, next thing you know, you will forget about all the coronavirus COVID-19 chaos being continuously sounded into the world.


Rejuvenate & Recharge Today!


You will be able to have a clear mind – full of peace, rejuvenation, and even allow your immune system to recharge! Let’s face it – we all need this kind of downtime! And, the best place to be is away from it all at your favorite lakeside destination!

 

 

 

 




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Fishing Report from TPWD (Jun. 29)

GOOD. Water lightly stained; 81-84 degrees; 0.51 feet low. White bass are fair on shallow points and flats in 8-12 feet of water throwing small tail spinners, and on humps and ridges in 12-28 feet using slab and jig combinations. Crappie are fair on brush tops in 25-35 feet water suspended mid way minnows working well. Catfish are excellent on the north end of the lake around trees and points using cut shad and prepared stink bait. Report by John Varner, John Varner's Guide Service.

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