Lake Parker is a lake located on the northeast side of the city of Lakeland, Florida. It is the largest lake in the city of Lakeland. The lake is relatively shallow with an average depth of 5 feet (1.5 m). The lake has inflow from several lakes in Lakeland including Lake Mirror and Lake Bonny. Lake Parker outflows to both Saddle Creek and the Peace River making the lake important for ecological reasons. To control hydrilla various pesticides are utilized.
The lake bears the name of Parker Streety, a pioneer settler.(Wikipedia)
"Sunrise at Lake Parker"