Kingstowne Lake

The end of autumn was heralded by a blaze of color during the past few weeks at Kingstowne Lake. The lake is really only the size of a large farm pond, formed to capture runoff water from nearby neighborhoods. But it’s home to waterfowl such as Canadian geese, ducks, gulls and a solitary blue heron, while the surrounding trees harbor squirrels, cardinals, sparrows, and the occasional pair of goldfinches during the spring and summer. During the coming winter, the sheltered 0.75-mile paved path around the water’s edge will be a welcome place for a walk without the burdens of miles of driving and muddy boots.

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4 Responses to Kingstowne Lake

  1. Wow! The colors are amazing!!! Great Pictures!

  2. Janet says:

    Wow, the photos here are beautiful!

  3. cindy knoke says:

    I would Be here. Lovely~

  4. John M says:

    Thanks! It’s nice to find such a beautiful, quiet place nearby.

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