From the Cox Creek Path, you don’t see the creek for which it is named, especially not late in the spring when the vegetation runs wild.
Still, this is a nicely paved little path, about a third of a mile in length, between Waverly Drive near Simpson Park on one end and Salem Avenue and Waverly Lake on the other.
If you’re looking for an easy walk, you can park on the Simpson Park lot, stroll to the other end of the path, circle Waverly Lake, and get back to your car in, probably, half an hour or less.
Judging from the maps, Cox Creek forms the city limit between Albany and Millersburg. So while the path, on the creek’s north side, is technically in Millersburg, it’s part of the multi-use path system built and maintained by the Albany Parks Department.
In case you’re not familiar with the place, take a four-minute tour with the video below. (hh)