2016 Scarecrows In The Park

Opening night at Lakes Park's "Scarecrows In The Park 2016", part of the Lakes Park Enrichment Foundation's annual Fall and Halloween Festival. Photos courtesy of LPEF board member Phil LeBoutillier


In the fall, Lakes Park is a great place to see migrating birds including the White & Glossy Ibis, the Great Egret, the Great Blue Heron and more! 

Scarecrows in the Park

 “This is a great team building project and is a fun way for schools, youth groups and families to celebrate the fall season while supporting Lakes Park. We anticipate a competitive contest this year, so we encourage the community to get updated on all of the information now and start working on their project.”

Around the Park

Lakes Park encompasses nearly 300 acres of beautiful nature trails, lakes and gardens. While a visit to Lakes Park often involves a walk or run along one of many hiking trails, there are an abundance of activities, events and amenities to experience, including boat and bike rentals, bird watching, picnicking and more!

Plants and Flowers

Lakes Park has an abundance of natural plants and flowers. The Gardens at Lakes Park encompasses 18 acres within the park and is an opportunity for guests of the park to enjoy a beautiful place and some fresh air.

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