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The "swimming hole" at Williams Park was advertised as Lake Garland. Impounded from ca. 1926 to 1939 by a dam at present Central Park, Duck Creek waters backed up to the north past present Forest Lane. Facilities provided at the park and managed by the Williams family included a bath house and concessions, as well as picnic and playground space.

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