There is a concrete path around the lake and is mostly flat and would be wheelchair friendly. The path follows along the southside of the lake at the water's edge in front of large expanses of grass on a sloping bank.
There are several viewing platforms which are built over the water providing a good stand for fishing. While I was traversing the lake, two people were fishing with their catch being two redfin and one eel.
As you walk along the grassy south side the silence is broken by a group of about a dozen ducks noisily waddling toward you at a great pace. Obviously, they are frequently fed by visitors and looked upon me for their next meal. Some of them looked like they had been very successful in obtaining a few free lunches.
The path along the north edge of the lake has a slight slope as it meanders among some tall deciduous trees, giving a colourful look in autumn. The water at the far end of the lake was very still giving picturesque reflections of the autumn trees.