“Just outside of Harvey, hidden among the leafy state park is where you’ll find the clear waters of Lake Brockman (also known as Logue Brook Dam). Whether you want camping, swimming, water skiing, canoeing or paddleboarding, you can do it all here. You can even fish for trout year-round.” (Urban List)
The Logue Brook Dam was constructed in 1963 to provide water for irrigation. However, the lake with crystal clear water also provides a focus for camping and water-based recreation activities.
Water skiing, swimming, fishing and marroning are the main activities, with canoeing, windsurfing and sailing also possible. Land-based activities in the surrounding state forest include sightseeing, bushwalking, picnicking and cycling.
Dogs are allowed in Logue Brook but must be controlled at all times.
For more information on the water-skiing rules visit Inland Lakes Water Ski information website.