Two weekends ago we had mild weather and it was great weather for taking a walk. So we drove to Centennial Lake to enjoy our walk. I go for the birding and the walking and hubby just likes the great outdoors and hiking.
The Centennial park is 337 acres which includes the 54 acre man-made lake. You can run, walk, jog, bike or bird your way around the lake on the 2.6 mile paved pathway. There is plenty of wildlife to be seen and on the day we were there we saw Canada Geese, Great Egret, Great Blue Heron, Mallard Ducks, Ruby Crowned Kinglets, Golden Crowned Kinglets, Chickadees, Nuthatches, unidentified hawk, Cardinals and Titmouse. It was warm enough that the turtles were lined up on the logs sticking out of the lake.
The lake is stocked with fish and there are rental boats. The park also has 9 picnic pavilions available.
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