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Natural Feature

Lake Ella

Doporučuje 29 místních

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Simon
Simon
February 5, 2020
A beautiful little park and walking trail surrounding Lake Ella is complete with small local shops and the occasional food truck nights (usually Thursdays) and live music. Be sure to bring some food to feed the ducks! These ducks grow up around a lot of dogs, as the trail is popular with dog…
Selja
Selja
January 15, 2020
ITS A BEUTIFUL LAKE WHERE YOU CAN HAVE A NICE WALK IN THE EVENING OR MORNING.
Dana
Dana
January 3, 2020
We enjoy walking around the lake! There are also quaint shops on the property as well as Black Dog Cafe and even an antique shop with lot’s of treasures!
Denise
Denise
August 3, 2019
Wonderful small lake near center of town to walk around, feed the ducks and stop into small shops and cafe's. Food trucks and live music on Thursday evenings!
Renee
Renee
June 27, 2019
Walk around this downtown lake and explore quaint shops and eateries.

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Tallahassee, Florida 32303