This Secluded Lake In Delaware Might Just Be Your New Favorite Swimming Spot
While Delaware’s beaches are world famous, sometimes it’s hard to get down to the coast on a hot day when you just need to cool off. Head over to Lake Como in Smyrna, Delaware to splash, swim and paddle in one of Delaware’s only swimmable lakes.
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You can find Lake Como Recreation Area at 420 S Dupont Blvd, Smyrna, DE 19977 and admission is free. Boaters are subject to a wake speed restriction, and boating licenses must be obtained from the Smyrna Police Department on Glenwood Avenue, between School Lane and New Street.