A small inland saltwater lake a mile southeast of Rock Sound is connected by tunnels to the sea. Steps have been cut into the coral on the shore so visitors can climb down to the lake's edge. Bring a piece of bread or some fries and watch the fish emerge for their hors d'oeuvres, swimming their way in from the sea. A local diver estimates the hole is about 75 feet. He reports that there are a couple of cars at the bottom, too. Local children learn to swim here.
Nov 29, 2010
Fun for young and old; take plenty of bread for feeding the fish. Steps take you down to the waters edge and there are ladders to help those climb out of the water if you decide to take a dip: local's claim the hole is a popular swimming hole in the summer.