Clague Park At the corner of Clague and Hilliard, Westlake.
They're bald, billed, and bold. Accustomed to being fed delicacies such as stale cereal, stale bread, and stale crackers from their adoring fans (every four-year-old in a six-mile radius plus hand-holding couples giddy in love), the ducks living by the Clague Park pond will sideways-waddle practically right up to you. If you get tired of looking at the ducks (who, strangely, seem to appear as if they're smiling), take a walk around the pond, over the wooden footbridge, and through the little gazebo. As long as you brought an old muffin or two, the ducks won't mind.