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      About K Section Pond
      Located in Adams County, Pennsylvania

      Lake May is a 23-acre lake located in Fairfield, Pennsylvania. Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, is around 11 and a half miles northeast. K Section Pond is a small runoff pond located adjacent to Lake May.

      The closest major airport is Harrisburg International and is 57 miles northeast in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Urgent care can be provided at WellSpan Gettysburg Hospital, around 12 miles away.

      Places to sample the local flavor include Pizza Leone, Eagle & The Owl, Mckee’s Tavern, and Taverna 5450.


      This lake offers residents excellent bank fishing and kayaking opportunities. Anglers should expect to find largemouth bass, green sunfish, catfish, and bluegill. A parking lot and launch site are available on the southern shores of the lake.

      Nearby Attractions

      When the snow starts to fall, head to Ski Liberty Boulder Ridge Lodge! This deluxe resort offers over 16 trails to ski that visitors of all experience levels will enjoy.

      The Carrol Commons is a popular family-oriented park, with playgrounds, creeks, and three lakes to play in!

      Only 4 miles north is the Gettysburg National Golf Club! This highly recommended golf course is only minutes from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Those who have visited tout its fair and rewarding courses, as well as friendly staff and great food and beverages!

      Visit Gettysburg

      Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, is known nationally as the site of one of the bloodiest battles of the American Civil War. Visitors can immerse themselves in the history before, during, and after this historical event.

      The Gettysburg National Military Park is a national park managed by the National State Park System, where the infamous battle took place. Tours, interactive learning programs for adults and children, and battle reenactments are a small slice of activities you can experience here.

      After getting a look at the battlefield, head to the Gettysburg Museum of History to look at more than 4,000 objects that tell the story of the battle.

      Get a look at the paranormal side of Gettysburg with one of its ghost tours. A popular group to tour with is the Gettysburg Civil War Ghosts Walking Tour.

      After a long day of absorbing American history, check out highly-rated places to eat like Gettysburg Eddie's, The Pub & Restaurant, and Dobbin House Tavern.

      Why Lake May?

      Those looking for a quiet, rural lake nestled in a mountain valley will find the perfect match in Lake May!