There are water boats to rent and many events that happen throughout the year as in "movie at the park" and "Santa at the lakes." You can ride your bike or roller blade all around the lakes. The kids love to feed the ducks, and dad can go fishing too :) There are lots of shade under the big trees and there's always a nice breeze to cool you off. They also just installed a "soaking park" where the kids can get wet when it's too hot. This park is great for kids of all ages, and is a nice place for the parents to relax too.
5 playgrounds -one is huge with swings, slides and more for younger and older kids and no sand. -one is big for mostly older children with sand. -one is tiny for toddlers. -one is for water only. -the last one I haven't been to yet. SOAKING PARK for kids to cool off in summer!
Yes, $2/weekdays & $3/weekends.
Yes, not sure about shade pavilions.
07 Jan 2005
"To see a world in a grain of sand, And a heaven in a wild flower, Hold infinity in the palm of your hand, An eternity in an hour." - William Blake