Day 41 – Sanford Riverwalk

Sanford River Walk

Sanford River Walk

Here are some pictures of the beautiful Sanford Riverwalk just by Sanford Downtown. If you walk North from First Street you will get to it easily (within a couple of minutes). This beautifully landscaped walkway along the shores of Lake Monroe is about 1.2 miles long and makes a great place for all kinds of activities with or without your family. You will see people walking, riding their bicycles or rollerblading along the Sanford Riverwalk. Especially when the temperatures “cool down” a bit (say 80s and below) this is one of the most relaxing, yet fun places to spend a morning or afternoon. Along the Sanford Riverwalk you’ll also find benches and romantic swings to enjoy the idyllic view of Lake Monroe.

During and after tropical storm Fay this year (August 2008) the Riverwalk was closed due to flooding, but fortunately no damage was caused and everything is back to normal now.

Author: Claudia

Hi, my name is Claudia! I live in Sanford, FL and love everything that says creativity. Design is my passion, no matter if Graphic, Web or Fashion Design - and I am also into photography :) My husband and I are Realtors in Sanford, FL and help people realize their dreams of home ownership. We have two sons, Nicolas (2011) and Lukas (2013). I am originally from Germany, moved here in 2004. In 2008 I started Sanford365.com.

Share This Post On
468 ad

2 Comments

  1. I was wondering if I could copy one of your photos

    Post a Reply
    • Yes, Susan, that would be ok as long as you give me credit for it 😉 A simple link back to the page if you use it online or if in print just mention Sanford365.com And feel free to share with us where you used the image, would love to see it!! Thank you!

      Post a Reply

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This