The gravel pit began to be dug in the 1990s, and exploitation ended in 2015. From 2015 to 2019 the site remained wild, without any human activity until the current owner, a passionate angler, took possession of it. Since then, numerous works and developments have been carried out to reveal all the beauty and potential of the site.
6 swims, including two double (1 and 6), have been spaciously laid out while preserving the natural and wild side of the lake; the site is entirely enclosed, secure and partially surrounded by forest. The average depth is about 2m but you can find some deeper areas up to 4m. Even though the bottom is mostly hard you will be able to find some variations with sandy or muddy areas.