Go near dawn or dusk and you will likely see many deer. No running or pets allowed on the cedar paths, although lots of folks walk with their dogs on the asphalt roads. Mostly flat easy trail around the lake. The other trail is more of a challenge - get a map at the nature center for distance and altitudes. Plenty of critters for kids to see and identify (deer, turtles, ducks, geese, chipmunks, caterpillars, frogs, and on rare occasion a snake. Once we saw a tiny little Gandolph like statue standing under a rock...so there may be some geocaching action going on. Park rangers sometimes have an animal on the trail and talk to people about it. Volunteer opportunities available. Parking can be a pain so carpool if you go with a pal. Other than that, a pleasure all around.
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