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Several specialties plus often a rare migrant added to the usual resident waterfowl and shorebirds. Connects to the Tony Knowles Trail so you can access the nearby coast just down the trail with a short hike.
We like to ride our bikes to this location and then enjoy a Reindeer sausage at the local vendor stationed there. It can be windy even on hot days but allows for access to a playground, biking & walking path, the inlet and a lagoon....More
What a fantastic place to walk, jog, bike or walk your dog. We walked the Tony Knowles Trail from downtown to this location.
I loved the electronic sign that recorded how many bicyclists went by each day, month and year to date. At this point...More
We live within a block of the lagoon and walk to Westchester Lagoon just about daily. It is pretty easy to get to from downtown via bicycle or on foot via the Coastal Trail; it is about 30 minutes from downtown on foot.
Go here to see bald eagles close up! I saw one as soon as I stepped onto the boardwalk, seconds after arriving! It flew over about thirty feet above me, holding a fish in its talons and being chased by seagulls! My family and I...More
Stopped by for an afternoon stroll to kill a little time before an appointment. It was sunny and the birds were everywhere. Actually, there is alot of Canadian droppings (along with the geese) on the paths. But what I found interesting was the wall of...More