of eating at a BBQ contest/festival, swimming, kayaking, and hiking.
The lake/large pond (some quick math comes up with 30 acres or so) was private and didnt allow anything with a motor which was really nice. Swimming in it was interesting, I havnt swam in a lake in a long time and when i did it was at a lake that was mostly devoid of fish...at least in the area we were. In contrast at this lake/pond, I had what i think was a bluegill nipping at my toes a few times, and brushing past my leg when i was still.
On the quick hike we found wild blueberries which were delicious, and on the lakefront property there were some wild raspberries which were also very good.
Overall it was relaxing and felt longer than 2 days.