We stopped by Scriber Lake Park on our way to Wilcox Park as they are closely located to each other.
This was our very first time visiting Scriber Lake Park, and I must mention that there isn't much space like grassy areas to play frisbee or even to have a picnic.
There are seats here and there through out the park, but the park by itself is very small and isn't really much to look around.
It might have been better if we visited in Summer when it isn't as wet and muddy.
Regardless, there were a few times when my man had to carry our border collie Yuna as there were small puddles and muddy areas on the path.
At least, the area wasn't smelly, and I liked the fact that there were many bins throughout the park. I think this park has the most number of the bins compared to the ones that I've visited so far including the overseas ones. Considering the nearby Wilcox Park, I don't think that we would visit Scriber Lake Park again sadly.
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