Shelley Lake

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Shelley Lake

This 53-acre lake/park provides two miles of paved, scenic greenway trails with exercise workout stations. Visitors may enjoy fishing, canoeing, sailing, rowboating, pedal-boating, biking, hiking and picnicking. Free admission; fee for boat rentals. Park Hours: Daily, sunrise sunset. There are many opportunities to enjoy nature, including beautiful and serene woods, views of the lake, and abundant wildlife.


There are three open fields within the park available for use, whether you want to picnic, play soccer, or football, ultimately making it an overall all-in-one recreational location. Also, located around the greenway trail are strategically placed workout stations to help enhance your exercise routine. Additionally, Shelley Lake has a playground area near Sertoma Art Center.

1400 W. Millbrook Rd.
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