This would be a really nice place to camp, but there are only 33 camping spaces, and it is likely hard to get a reservation in the summer. The park is lush and beautiful, and very well maintained. The longest trail is 4 miles, circumnavigating the park and it's two lakes. Bring food for the many ducks. There are often large geese in the main lake. They were so tame they ate bread out of our hands. It costs $30 a night to camp,and $3 per car to get in. If you want to park in the nearby neighborhoods, you can enter the park for free.
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