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I am planning a two family outing with five kids under the age of six. We plan on doing a picnic type lunch. Does anyone have any suggestions to where I could park the pontoon on shore and enjoy a picnic lunch on Sand Lake. We will also try to catch a few panfish while we are on the lake, but I am sure the highlight for the kids will be the snacks and lunch!!!

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I would suggest looking at the Big Island. It is now owned by the Forestry Service. I do not know how the weeds etc may be. There is a Sand beach on the east side that should work for a picnic.

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When we do this we usually go into Little Sand and picnic in the boat- do a little fishing- put everyone in lifejackets and swim from the boat. Haven't found a good place to pull up, but would like to.

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