Lake Elizabeth is a body of water located in Fremont's Central Park. It offers anybody a great place to relax, be active, or enjoy some time with friends and family.
According to the City of Fremont’s website “The Lake was dedicated to Fremont’s Sister City, Elizabeth, Australia, on March 22, 1969. The Park is set on 450 acres with an 83-acre lake.” While this may be true, I would reckon to guess that most people that visit do not know this information (I certainly didn’t and I have been visiting this location since I was a child).
Lake Elizabeth is great, it offers so many opportunities for leisure activities even if you’re just by yourself or with friends and family. In the summer, you can rent paddle boats or small sailboats to make your way around the lake.
Anytime of year, you can walk or jog around the trail that circles the lake, it is only 1.85 miles in total. This is probably the main activity for visitors to the lake. Another big attraction to the lake is the ducks, kids big and small love to stop and watch the ducks, they sometimes even feed them bread to keep them happy.
There are tons of beautiful trees and in the fall and winter you are bound to see some amazing leaves on the trees and on the ground.
For others who just want to sit and enjoy the view there are many beautiful views along the way. Overall, Lake Elizabeth is a great place to visit and one that holds great memories for me personally, if you are ever in the area you should stop by for a look around.