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That is really going to depend on the lake in question. Generally, the smaller and more urban the lake, the more polluted it might be. There's a wide variety of lakes where I live (in BC, Canada). Most are fine for swimming. Some have official advisories to shower after swimming, to prevent "swimmer's itch". Some are mostly closed for swimming. ...


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