[QUOTE=ChromeGorilla]We went down to Silver Glen this weekend. We had never been and we had a blast. it's a lot of fun. Here's a few tips...
1. Bring goggles and snorkles, you'll regret it if ya don't.
2. Be there by 9:30 or you WILL NOT have a spot next weekend. Earlier is even better. We showed up a little before 10:30 on a regular weekend end and were lucky to get a spot.
3. Bring 2 anchors. They way the boats raft up is perpendicular to the flow coming from the spring. 1 anchor off the bow, 1 off a stearn cleat or you'll swing into you're neighbor. Or you can beach it on the south side and get a little shade from the trees (nice option). We did both. If you beach it you boat wont move an inch all day.
4. When you enter the run from the lake the water is perectly clear. It looks too shallow to pass but it isn't. There were 40' Cruisers in there with no problem. It's a little bit deeper than it looks.
I was at the glen yesterday also(trying out my new 27pc Formula) and most of the people I talked to said they were going up thursday, so by friday afternoon you'll be lucky to find a place to anchor....Good luck.