The Overlooked Destination In Southern California You Should Visit Before It’s Too Popular
Southern California has no shortage of natural beauty. Here’s a hidden little oasis that’s peaceful and quiet and rarely crowded. Take a look!
Laguna Lake Park is located in Fullerton. It's open every day from 7 AM to sundown.
The 28.5-acre park has provided residents and guests of Fullerton with a beautiful little oasis since it opened in 1952.
Take a stroll on the path around the lake. It's a short, .7 mile walk that's suitable for almost everyone.
This place is perfect for some quiet reflection.
Watch for wildlife. You'll see turtles sunning themselves on rocks...
...and ducks and geese swimming in the lake.
You might even see some duck eggs. If you do, leave them alone...
...so we can enjoy watching the fuzzy baby ducklings!
Even the insects are busy here.
Interpretive signs help you identify some of the flora and fauna here.
You can fish in the lake, as long as you have a fishing license. You're encouraged to practice catch-and-release, but you can keep up to two fish.
You can even bring your furry friend along! Just keep him on leash and clean up after him to keep the park nice for everyone.
You'll find benches throughout the park - perfect spots to sit with a book, or to just look out over the lake.
You'll definitely want to bring a camera along. This pretty park is very photogenic.
Have you visited Laguna Lake Park? Tell us about your experience!
If you’re looking for another unique place to explore,
check out this picturesque beach trail.
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