Lindo Lake in Lakeside is a beautiful, peaceful retreat in San Diego’s East County.
Recently the lake has become even more beautiful!
A year ago when I took a walk at Lindo Lake County Park, the east basin was fenced off and closed to the public. That’s because numerous major improvements were then being made.
Today the paths around the large east basin are wide open!
Improvements include new plants and trees, wide ADA accessible pathways, scenic viewing platforms and a couple of bird-watching stations with blinds facing the water.
If I lived nearby, I’d be walking here often. There are native flowers, birds, shady trees, sunshine and the tranquil, shining water. Nearby mountains rise into blue sky.
Even on this winter’s day the lake was filled with life. (I’ll be blogging about the many birds coming up!)
I took the following photographs as I walked around Lindo Lake’s newly improved east basin…
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