We enjoyed walking the loop trail around the lake with Sadie, our doggy. We saw lots of folks enjoying this beautiful setting in hammocks, laying on blankets, sitting on benches, pushing strollers, and walking dogs.
We have a photo of John and his mother standing in front of the large tree on the left that was taken in the 1950s! We were last here with Sadie in 2010. All in all there are lots of memories here.
I enjoyed taking some photos of the waterfowl here, although there are now concerted efforts underway to reduce the number of Canadian Geese that congregate here each year.
The Charlotte Nature Museum with exhibits of animals and plants of the region is located across this bridge adjacent to the park. It was closed today, Monday. Sugar Creek flows beneath the bridge.
This picturesque bridge provides access to the island where the pavilion can be found.
John and Sadie had a special performance for me today. Ahhh, the grace...
Below are two war memorials located in the park.
And, there were so many beautiful spring flowers in bloom.