Just beside the Ming Tombs Reservoir, the scenery is nice.
Beijing Ming Tombs Reservoir is a national water conservancy scenic area, a patriotic education base in Beijing and Changping District. The Ming Tombs Reservoir is located at the exit of Dongshan on the east side of the Shinto Road. It is named after being built on the south of the Ming Tombs. The reservoir is full of blue waves, and the five characters "Shisan Tomb Reservoir" outside the dam are written by Mao Zedong. After more than 50 years of history, it has developed into a tourist attraction integrating flood control, hydroelectric power generation, tourism, leisure and education.
The park has a large area with many trees and fresh air.
There are not many friends who come here for morning exercises. Now the sun comes out late, and occasionally I see friends hiking. The morning air is fresh and cold. It is easy to walk and watch the scenery while walking.
It is a small park by the reservoir.