Camrose: Attractions and more...
Mirror Lake lies in city’s center. It’s a home to 2 species of ‘swan’; i.e. Polish Mute and trumpeter. Camrose city is famous for having provided winter shelter with respect to clipped birds. The above-mentioned swans have felt Camrose to be their homes for around 20 years. It should be noted that ‘Mirror Lake Park’ is focal point relating to ‘Camrose urban parks system’. Situated on Mirror Lake’s edge, it’s the dwelling of ‘Bill Fowler Center’ that comprises of ‘Chamber of Commerce’ office and ‘Tourism Information Center’. This ‘Bill Fowler Center’ goes on to feature a ‘natural mural’, carved from red brick. This mural’s features include many animals that are indigenous to ‘Mirror Lake’ region.
Stoney Creek is the starting point of Mirror Lake. As such, provision are made for having viewed wild-life via paved ‘walking paths’.
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