Lake Mary Marina

Lake Mary Marina

Lake Mary Marina is a full-service marina located on the scenic shores of Lake Mary, a popular destination for boating, fishing, and camping enthusiasts. The marina offers boat rentals, fishing licenses, bait and tackle, fuel, and a convenience store. Whether you are looking for a relaxing day on the water or an adventurous fishing trip, Lake Mary Marina has everything you need to enjoy your visit. Come and experience the beauty and tranquility of Lake Mary Marina today!

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Be Bear Cautious

Are you planning to go camping in the wilderness and enjoy the beauty of nature? Do you want to avoid becoming a snack for a hungry bear? If so, you need to follow some simple but important tips on how to camp and be cautious of bears. Here are some of them:

  • Use the bear box. A bear box is a metal container that is designed to keep your food and other items safe from bears. You can find them in some campgrounds or you can bring your own. Make sure you store all your food, trash, toiletries, and anything else that might smell like food in the bear box. Do not leave anything in your tent or car that might attract bears.
  • Keep your campsite clean. Do not leave any crumbs, wrappers, or leftovers on the ground or on the picnic table. Dispose of your garbage properly in the bear box or in a dumpster. Wash your dishes and utensils after every meal and store them in the bear box. Do not cook or eat in your tent or near your sleeping area.
  • Make noise. Bears are usually shy and avoid humans, but they might approach your campsite if they are curious or hungry. To prevent this, make some noise while you are hiking or camping. You can talk, sing, clap, whistle, or use a bell or horn. This will alert bears of your presence and make them stay away. Do not surprise a bear or sneak up on it.
  • Be prepared. In case you encounter a bear, you need to know how to react. Do not run, scream, or make sudden movements. This will only trigger the bear’s chase instinct and make it more aggressive. Instead, stay calm and back away slowly while facing the bear. Do not make eye contact with the bear as this might be seen as a challenge. If the bear follows you, stand your ground and make yourself look big and loud. You can wave your arms, shout, or bang pots and pans. If you have pepper spray, use it as a last resort.
  • Have fun. Camping is a great way to enjoy nature and have fun with your friends or family. As long as you follow these tips on how to camp and be cautious of bears, you should have a safe and memorable experience. Remember, bears are wild animals and they deserve respect and space. Do not feed them, approach them, or harass them. Let them be and they will let you be.

Happy camping!