This park is one of the biggest city park in the country with 3900 acres, making it one of the largest in the country overall. It features paths, bird watching, picnic places,  & a 1,400-acre lake with fishing sections and a beach for people to enjoy swimming in. 

Do you fancy a day spent out on the water? Canoes, single & double kayaks, paddle board, paddle boats, pontoon boats, sailboats, and SUP boards are some of the watercraft that can be rented at Eagle Creek Outfitters. For those who prefer to stay on land, Eagle Creek Outfitters also offers bike rentals.

Eagle Creek Outfitters also provides a Guided Sunset Paddle Program every Wednesday evening, and during the full moon cycle, they provide an Guided Full Moon Paddle Program every Friday and Saturday evening. These sessions have a maximum capacity of 35 people, so give us a call right away to secure your spot.

Noise pollution is defined as the presence of unwelcome or excessive sound which has the potential to harm human health, animals, and the overall quality of the environment. Noise pollution is usually produced within a great number of industrial facilities as well as certain other businesses. However, noise pollution can also be caused by traffic on highways, railways, and aeroplanes as well as by building activities that take place outside.

Plastic pollution refers to the accumulation of synthetic plastic items in the environment to the extent that these products cause issues for wildlife and the environments in which they live and also for human populations.

 Bakelite, which was invented in 1907, is credited with starting a revolution in the materials industry by making it possible for businesses all over the world to start using synthetic plastic resins. 

At the end of 20th century, it was discovered that plastics were long-lasting polluters of a wide variety of environmental niches, ranging from the summit of Mount Everest to the depths of the ocean. Plastics have gained an increasing amount of attention as a major contaminant for a variety of reasons, including the fact that animals sometimes misinterpret them as food, the fact that they can clog drainage systems, and the fact that they can cause severe aesthetic blight.