It didn't take long to walk the perimeter of the island and take in some of the sights, including General Nami's burial mound, swan paddle boats, grass huts, and a variety of artwork.
The most predominate work of art was an amusing statue found in the center of the Island. The artist also had a small studio nearby exhibiting an array of humorous characters that made us laugh out loud.
There were bikes of all kinds, including a pedal powered roller coaster ride, and couples and families were everywhere enjoying a perfect fall day at the park.
Nami Island featured several tree-lined lanes, including majestic pines, to yellow leaf ginkgo and colorful maples.
We just enjoyed lying on the grass, watching the crazy looking squirrels, and witnessing mother nature clothed in her finest colors.
"How beautifully leaves grow old. How full of light and color are their last days."