Largo, FL – Walsingham Park

This was today’s second of three parks.

Walsingham Park is pretty good sized. It’s 354 acres, and the lake is 100 of those acres. There is a 6 mile trail through the park that people use for walking, jogging, and cycling. There are a lot of picnic tables. People put their boats out on the lake and fish.

Steve and I walked around the entire park last year. We enjoyed the part where we could see the lake. But, on the other side of the park, most of your time is spent walking through pines and so forth. So, today we decided to only do parts that were near the water. Because as I’ve stated, my goal is to find alligators. Which, so far we haven’t seen any.

I usually put a little description on each photo. But, since I’m not real familiar with the names of the different birds that I took pictures of, and then other photos are just lake photos, I didn’t name any of these. Just enjoy the photos.

Address for GPS: 12615 102nd Ave N, Largo, FL

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