Blue Lake (Sebring, Florida) facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsBlue Lake
|Location||south of Sebring, Florida, just east of County Road 635|
|Type||natural freshwater lake|
|Basin countries||United States|
|Max. length||1,460 feet (450 m)|
|Max. width||1,440 feet (440 m)|
|Surface area||33.76 acres (14 ha)|
|Max. depth||102 feet (31 m)|
|Surface elevation||114 feet (35 m)|
Blue Lake, an almost-round lake, has a surface area of 33.76 acres (136,600 m2). This lake is south of Sebring, Florida, and inside the southeast part of Highlands Hammock State Park. The area immediately surrounding it is rural, but there are housing developments scattered through the area in which the lake is located. .
Blue Lake provides public access along its entire shore. The public is allowed to access Highlands Hammock State Park and therefore Blue Lake daily from dawn to dusk. There are no boat ramps or swimming areas along the lake shore, but it can be fished from the shore. There is no information about the types of fish in this lake. A parking area and four shelter houses with picnic tables are on the northwest side of Blue Lake.
Sometimes this lake is confused with another Blue Lake, which is located just north of Lake Placid, Florida, further south and also in Highlands County.
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