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All reviews tennis courts skating rink ice skating in the winter middlesex county nice lake great place to walk walking trails go fishing trout fishing water front large pond edison area lawn chairs during summer get away from it all lake view brisk walk
Every summer my sister and I attend the three plays in the park. It is a outside theater and we bring our lawn chairs. We usually bring a picnic meal and eat at one of the park tables. If we don’t bring our dinner there...More
I come here to walk often, at least 5 times a month. It's very serene and a great place to relax. The trees are so green and its especially nice in the spring time. It's very big so you can get lost but once you...More
I was holding a get together for a group of teens and needed space where we could organize game play and be able to have the space for over 20 people. We did have to arrange with the park and pay a small fee to...More
Its massive with alot of different section but thats it. Nothing about this park interests me compared to the rest around the area. Others are smaller but have more to offer and draws more crowd. Only good thing about this park is the ice rink...More
I've driving through this park numerous times in the 30+ years that I've lived in Middlesex County. The landscape is beautiful. Picnic areas are great, fields amazng and the lake is so nice!!!!! In the summer they have plays in the park.
A must visit!!
This extensive Park is next to Menlo Park Mall. There are walking paths, parking lots, basketball and Tennis Courts, a lake, theatrical events during the summer and other events throughout the year. Take a stroll and relax. A lovely spot.
The park is good for walking and trout fishing during state stocking in April. There is plenty of shore access and a large board walk with seating. The park is well kept including the bathrooms thanks to the park crew.
I recently walked around the lake twice, using the MapMy Walk GPS tracking app and my total distance was 1.26 miles. Divide that by 2, and you get 0.62 mi -- very close to one kilometer. (So if you are preparing for a 5K... More
I recently walked around the lake twice, using the MapMy Walk GPS tracking app and my total distance was 1.26 miles. Divide that by 2, and you get 0.62 mi -- very close to one kilometer. (So if you are preparing for a 5K, you can walk (or run) around the lake perimeter five times.)
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Glacier Park- should we do Waterton Lakes N.P.? (10 Replies)
2 years ago we did a road trip mid-Sept., stopping first at Theodore Roosevelt Park for a few days, then on to Glacier, then south to Y.P. et al. We only spent one day/night at Glacier and are thinking of doing another road trip this Sept, and stay longer at Glacier We stayed at the Lodge in St. Mary and while pricey, was very nice. We prefer to have a flexible schedule and not have to be somewhere just because we have a reservation. I was wondering what the Waterton Lakes National Park area...More
February 15, 2016|
Is your vacation goal scenic auto touring or is it mostly hiking? Besides those things, what else do you enjoy on your trips...shopping, dining, photo ops? .................... Yes, that little cut across from Cut Bank toward Cardston works. Just make double sure the border station there is open. Waterton is worth the trip but not for several days. Two nights should do it I think. Reservations there are still a good idea in September as it is fall color time. Actually the weather in...More
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Roosevelt Park in Albuquerque (4 Replies)
How safe is the park nowadays? I've heard horror stories in the past of illegal activities and such. It was such a nice childhood memory for me and wanted to visit again but am unsure of the atmosphere.
September 01, 2010|
It's been a long, long time since I've gone by that park. I'm rarely in that part of town anymore, so I can't really say but I'm betting things have improved since those days (decades ago?) when it fell from grace. Such a pretty park. I recall it was popular for dogs chasing frisbees. I haven't heard about it lately, but I think the area in general has improved. I'll take a look next time I'm around there.
Where to spend a day? (2 Replies)
We're taking the train cross country and only have one day we can spend in ND (never enough vacation days!). Where do you suggest we go? It seems the most reasonable stops (not middle of the night & rental cars available) would be Minot or Williston... Theo. Roosevelt park looks great, but will it be too much driving? Where do you suggest? Thanks!
February 04, 2016|
You did not mention what time of year your trip will be. I'm assuming summer? If so, then yes, I would agree with a jumping off point of Williston to see TRNP. I do not think the north unit would be an unreasonable day trip at all. Be sure to check into hotel / car cost. EVERYTHING in Williston doubled in price during the oil boom, but it may be more reasonable now due to the dramatic slow down in activity there.