Lake · Views
At just about 3-miles in length, this paved loop path is a lovely way to spend an afternoon.
Need to Know
Parking is free, and there are several large lots.
Starting from the south side of the lake and running clockwise, the trail winds in and out of the woods, crossing Tribble Mill Parkway two times before running concurrent with the road for a short distance to cross a short bridge.
From here, the trail continues to follow along the road until reaching the lake's northern side before breaking east and skirting a subdivision, following along the lake's shore. At the northeastern arm of the lake, you'll enter into some shaded woods before turning back to the southwest and heading back toward the main parking area.
If you enjoy fishing or boating, Ozora Lake is a great spot for both. The park also has a playground, pavillion, grills, and restrooms, making it a great place to hang out and enjoy the scenery before or after your run.
Shared By: Kristen Arendt