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Lettuce Lake Park opened in 1982 and quickly became a hub of activities. The 240-acre site offers something for everyone. Wooded picnic areas and a playground are family favorites. A 1.25 mile bicycle path/jogging trail, complete with a fitness...more
Long-legged fiends guard brown, green, blackened labyrinths; enlarged thorax straddle the wooden planks.
Warning stomp! Low rubble of wooden posts anchored in still water, but no movement and blank stares.
With the bend of an elbow uncoordinated locust, performed a bored shuffle.
Isolated ponds amongst...More
Very neat regional park. Nice stop for fresh air on an afternoon. Lots of room for activities. Loved the boardwalk. Saw bunnies and two alligators, one was massive!! Very nicely taken care of, only bummer was a lot of areas were closed off due to...More
This park offers water activities, hiking, bird watching, and pavilions to grill. It only costs $2 to enter the park. Th grounds are very well maintained including the restrooms facilities. i will return again.
This great little park is a perfect get-away for an afternoon/morning. The boardwalks are fun and good with kids - we saw a few alligators, frogs, snakes and big birds. The boardwalk to the canoes was floaded (July), but probably seasonal. There is a big...More
My mom, daughter,and l came here to walk around and check it out. It is gorgeous! It is a massive Park with many nature trails and pavilions. It also has a really cool playground! Two dollars per car to enter and you can stay all...More
We spent a lovely afternoon walking the boardwalk and spotting wildlife here in the park. We walked the boardwalk from the nature center to the observation tower and then around the rest of the boardwalk. Along the way, we spotted three alligators, turtles, several species...More
We love to wander the boardwalks in the this scenic park. It is so peaceful and beautiful, you wouldn't believe how close you are to the city. We've always spotted at least one alligator on our visits.
I find a lot of tranquility and peace in this park, I bring all my visitors to tour it, they all find it fantastic and enjoy the walk on the trails and on the woodwork over the swamp, it is the perfect spot for wonderful...More