Two parks stand at where I ended my adventure last time. Lake Formosa Park is the first of these two. And the far more quiet one of them.
Based on the name, if you assumed that Lake Formosa Park had a lake, you would be correct. As always, I took many pictures as I walked the lakefront. It had rained recently, so I had to watch my step as I avoided the many creepy crawlies in the dirt. There were few birds here. The world seemed quiet and tense as I walked the shore.
Multiple spots around the lake had areas with barriers. Perhaps there is something being added to the lake that does not belong? I don’t know. I am not a biologist nor do I play one on TV.
The area designated as the true Lake Formosa Park was actually quite small. It only encompasses a small part of the lake that it’s name is derived from. Still, like any park in Florida, there are multiple park benches to sit on. This area also features a lot of shade thanks to the large trees that cover the area.
The Urban Trail set the bar high. How does Lake Formosa Park measure up? Sadly, not so well in Pokemon Go. While it is certainly a beautiful area to walk, the next park over is much better. You can see a little of what I will be looking at next time. It is visible in the top left corner of the image.
I hatched two eggs back to back during my walk. Sadly, while both Pokemon are highly coveted and sought after, I have many Dragonite and Tyranitar. I wanted many other Pokemon to emerge from these eggs. Better luck next time I suppose.
Next time, I plan to go to one of the most interesting places in Orlando. That is something to really look forward to.