Just 10 km from Ruse, this park is also known as Teketo (even more famous in fact). It has a lot of linden trees forests, that's where its name comes from ("Lipa" means "linden tree" in Bulgarian). The park itself has a big lake used mainly as a training ground for canoe and kayak-related sports. There also several other lakes, where you can walk or watch water lilies (swimming is forbidden). Around them there are forests, lawns and small paved areas with benches, where you can have a picnic (be careful - this is a big natural area and there are cases ticks and other parasites. There is a small zoo with goats, deer and a bear inside the forest, a bar working during the summer and a big parking for cars. Please keep in mind the maintenance of the forest park is low, so expect trails of vandalism like broken benches, graffiti, badly paved roads and (if you are at the end of the once-a-3-months cleaning) litter in the lake or the alleys. Although most of the areas are wheelchair accessible, there hasn't been an extra effort for disabled, so they won't be able to easily reach the Zoo for example. Anyway, they can make a walk in the most park areas, so ticking wheelchairs access as well.
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