The Qianbo Lake walking trail, Kairaku Garden, and Kairaku Park are all connected leisure areas. They are too big, and the Guang Qianbo Lake trail is 3km long. You can only rent a car at Mito Station and rent a bicycle to ride. I rented a light car with 4 gears. There is a hanging basket on the front of the car with 4 Chinese characters for renting a car and sightseeing. I’m really not afraid of being stolen. If it weren't for the black swan not knowing the 4 big Chinese characters for renting a car for sightseeing, it would just block the car and get in the way, really wouldn't take pictures. It turned out that this black goose built its nest on the embankment, and blocked the way when it came to people.
When you arrive in Mito, you can rent bicycles at the station, ride the city and pass the Qianbo Lake Trail and Kairakuen Park to Kairakuen and Boheyuan. The entire route can be completed in half a day. Except for part of the Kairakuen Garden, the park is free. The entire route has bicycle lanes and strolling paths. It seems that the citizens' leisure area has been designed reasonably. It can be reached by car in Kairakuen Park. There are free parking spaces around many viewpoints, and the driveway and bicycle lane are separated. The Qianbo Lake Trail is about 3km long around Qianbo Lake. You can stroll with wild ducks and wild geese. It is a very ecological park. The photo is a clip of a corner of the Qianbo Lake trail and a photo of Baohe Garden.
Just outside of Kairakuen Garden, you can clearly see the fountain in the center of the lake when you go out and cross the sky bridge. In the sun, the scenery is quite spectacular. Although it was cold when I went there, there were still many people running along the lake.
The scenery of Qianbo Lake is very beautiful. Swans, pigeons and fish can be fed here, and they are not afraid of people and will take the initiative to get close to people to eat. It's great to bring children, but be careful that your hands can be bitten when feeding the swan.