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Paint at Seneca Creek State Park

The lake probably has interesting reflections now of the fall colors. Entering from Clopper Road (Rt. 117), take the road winding to the right around the lake, and park at the large parking lot at Kingfisher Overlook. A short distance from the parking lot to the right I think there is a large flat grassy area to paint with a view of the lake (or maybe walk further to see other views - the path circles the lake, a total of about 3-1/2 miles circumference).
The park opens at 8 a.m., and weekend admission at the gate is $3.

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  • Nancy

    The weather sounds ok - near 70 with possibly some sun (the effects of the coming storm are not expected until later on Sunday). Hopefully it will be one of our last good fall painting days with autumn color at peak!

    October 26, 2012

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