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Tridelphia Lake has been quite low for the past few years, and this spring it was probably down 20' for some maintenance. But it is full now.
Once in the water it is about .3 mile paddle out to the main lake. From there I've always turned right - north to head "upstream". About a mile upstream is another launch ramp on the Montgomery County side.
The paddle is quite pleasant, and easy. But a north wind could generate some swells. The lake is surrounded by forests that come down to the water's edge. The only wildlife I have heard was the call of an Osprey, but other paddlers have told me that deer will occasionally be at the shore and all other kinds of birds can be seen overhead.
PFD's (Life Jackets)
Electric Kayak Motor