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A place for a picnic and swim, Webster Lake with one of the longest (American Indian) name... which nobody knows what it means, is a great place if you can't make to the big sandy beach at the ocean. Webster Lake has a nice sandy...More
Lake Webster is made up of 3 ponds and is a great place to spend the day on the lake from kids to adults the water is clean and clear. Boating, tubing, water skiing, jet skis are allowed on the lake. Kayaks and canoes also...More
We went for a cruise on Lake Webster on the Indian Princess, an authentic replica of a late-19th century Mississippi paddle-wheeler riverboat.
It was a beautiful early fall day with full sun and comfortable temps. It was ideal weather for this activity. And, the lake...More
I used to enjoy Webster Lake quite a bit as a kid growing up in the area. But the cost had gotten ridiculous. $ 30.00 day! Better off driving an hour to the south coast beaches; it would be cheaper and you would get the...More
We have swam in it, water skied on it, fished it and walked on it! In the winter it freezes (or used to) and we could walk across it! Many happy memories.
You are a true believer in the magic of this lake only when...More
This was the jewel of Worcester County years ago. When i lived there many decades ago a carload could get in free of charge as long as you had a beach window sticker pass. Residents only.
Now no mater of your residency you pay dearly....More