Encompassed by lush trees and verdant gardens, Lake Merritt is pure parkland in the core of the city. In the late nineteenth century, the banks of Lake Merritt were graced by excellent Victorian chateaus. The last making due of these, the Camron-Stanford House, is available to the general population for visits on Sundays in spring and summer. Worked in 1876, the Camron-Stanford House offers a customary treat tea served in the exquisite eating roo.
Where other excellent homes once stood is currently Lakeside Park, a few sections of land of green space and lakeside ways. Amid warm climate, this zone is perfect for taking lackadaisical walks or playing summer recreations of frisbee. The lake is enclosed by a 3.2-mile picturesque way to walk and running, a boat shelter and nature focus.