Vacationers interested in swimming in a hole can give Devil’s Waterhole a chance.

“It’s a great destination and very popular. There’s several waterfalls and really cool variety of activities,” said Sean Jones, Inks Lake state park ranger.

Travelers can hike to the waterhole and jump right in, according to The Austinot blog, or for a more extreme experience there are many cliffs to jump from.

Because the water is too deep to stand in, take swimming supplies like noodles or intertubes to relax on the water or if swimming is a problem.

The entrance fee is $6 a day or $5 a day if staying overnight.

For more information on campground reservation, visit www.vineyardcampgrounds.com.

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