This was a great moderate level hike. Definitely recommend sturdy hiking shoes, as there are lots of rocks and uneven terrain. The trail is mostly shaded, with some open space to start. I saw lots of families with small kids, but would recommend lots of water and snacks if you have little ones with you. We spent about 2.5 hours on the trail. There are two beautiful lakes at the turn around point. One covered in lily pads (as advertised) and one clear, still lake with lots of ducks and dragonflies. The only downside of this hike was the limited parking. We got to the trail head around 10 and had to make several laps before a spot freed up.
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