Cedar Cove is on the shore of a large cove which is excellent for skiing, boarding, or tubing. After getting some exercise, head north and cruise the east shoreline to view some magnificent homes. You will also find some good coves for skiing, rafting together, fishing, or swimming.
Hungry yet, if so cruise over to Don's Port Marina and sit on their deck overlooking the lake, munch on some of their excellent food, ranging from burgers to steaks -- the onion rings, catfish, chicken wrap, and mushroom swiss burger are outstanding! Fill up the fuel tanks and continue heading north. The east side seems to have the best coves and biggest houses.
Before heading back, we stopped at Cedar Isle Restaurant & Baia Beach Club for some drinks and appetizers -- the buffalo wings, Chicken Works nachos, and Captains Sampler were very good. They also have live music on the weekends. Cedar Isle is at the north end of the lake on the middle island of the highway 85 bridge across the lake.
We closed the evening at Honeys Oasis bar for karaoke. Honeys is across the street and a couple blocks north. A block to the south of Caney Cove is Connie Macks, another local drinking hole which we didn't have time to try.
Sunday we golfed at Pinnacle Club -- an excellent 18 holes of golf which is 20 minutes from Caney Cove -- we gave it an 8.2 rating.
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