Bank Rock Bay: W78
Bank Rock Bay is the narrow inlet of water contained to the north of the Oak Bridge
that spans this narrow terminus of the Lake
At the turn of the century this extention of the Lake
led into a small pond called the Ladies Pond which was used in the winter as a quiet ice skating retreat for woman and young children who preferred a quiet isolation to the contrasting turmoil of the Lake that attracted multitudes of skaters for the popular passtime.
Now Bank Rock Bay is a habitat for may native and visiting species of birds as well as the environment for many interesting trees and aquatic plants.