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Lake Como Park

This park surrounds the lake that is the centerpiece of the Lake Como neighborhood.  Located at the intersection of Lake Como Circle and Bumby Avenue, Lake Como Park provides a natural oasis in the middle of a residential neighborhood.  A lion sculpture, donated by the MacBride family, was placed in the park in 1985 among the azaleas and Oak trees.  A 1993 renovation included a plaza, walks, footbridges, and flowering Crape Myrtles.

Park Elements

  • Fishing
  • Open lawn
  • Lake views
  • Accessible walk
  • Hours: 6:00 a.m.-11:00 p.m.

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