Lake Conway is located in Orlando, Florida, a series of four lakes, not just a single one. Families love this lake area, a series of interconnected type pools, scattered across the city area.
The lake chain has four sections, one to the south, one to the west, one to the north and one to the east. Boating ramps are found in two areas, allowing visitors to enjoy about eighteen hundred acres of hard and sandy bottomed, clear waters. Each one has hydrilla lined shores and is filled with both eelgrass and peppergrass type beds.
The lake chain are popular during certain seasons for bass fishing, except in the summer when the bass are at their liveliest and are almost impossible to catch. Visitors can enjoy boating rides or watch the fish from the safety of the shoreline as local birds dive in and out of the water to catch a morsel or two.
Lake Conway is an interesting assortment of four individual type pools of lake water, connected by tributaries of gently moving waters. Whether going there to swim, boat or fish, the entire environment is a natural playground for many people. Best of all, it is a safe place for children and families to enjoy shore-side picnics and pleasant walks.