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Lanier Boulevard Parkway

Lanier Boulevard Parkway is a 2.1-acre park in Atlanta, Georgia. It is located in the 1-mile -long median of Lanier Boulevard in the Virginia Highland and Morningside/Lenox Park neighborhoods.

Orme Park

In 2011 a $203.000 renovation was completed, funded by "Friends of Orme Park", the Virginia-Highland Conservation League, the City of Atlanta, and a grant from Park Pride. This change consisted of a new entry plaza, stairway, and gently sloping s ...

Perkerson Park

Perkerson Park is a 50-acre park in the Capitol View/Sylvan Hills neighborhoods of Atlanta, Georgia with everything from a splash pad to an elaborate playground to recreational fields, all under the shady canopy of huge oak trees. Park is open 6: ...

Renaissance Park (Atlanta)

Renaissance Park is a 5.4 acres park in the Old Fourth Ward neighborhood of Atlanta, Georgia. The land was originally part of the Buttermilk Bottom slum which was razed in the 1960s. In a 2007 study, many area residents stated that the park is un ...

Rodney Cook Sr. Park

Rodney Cook Sr. Park, is a planned, new 16-acre park in the Vine City neighborhood of Atlanta, adjacent to the Mercedes-Benz Stadium. It is named after the politician Rodney Mims Cook Sr. The parks construction will be completed by a partnership ...

Southside Park

Southside Park is, at 211 acres, the largest park in the City of Atlanta. It is located along Jonesboro Road in the southern part of the city just north of the Perimeter. Its rank as the citys largest park is set to be eclipsed by the new Westsid ...

Tanyard Creek Park

Tanyard Creek Park is a 14.5-acre park in the Buckhead area of Atlanta. It is located along Tanyard Creek between Collier Road on the north and BeltLine rail corridor to the south. The neighborhood of Collier Hills borders it on the west and Coll ...

Walton Spring

Walton Spring was a noted resort in early Atlanta, Georgia. It was located in Downtown Atlanta along the northeast side of Walton from the northwest corner of Spring Street, running almost up to Cain Street. Spring Street was named after the spri ...

Bailey Park

Bailey Park is located in central Austin, Texas within the vicinity of the Seton Medical Center and St. Andrews Episcopal School. Located at 30°18′09″N 97°44′48″W, the small city park was created from several residential lots clustered together t ...

Big Walnut Creek Nature Preserve

The Big Walnut Creek Nature Preserve, or simply Walnut Creek Preserve, is a 47-acre nature preserve located in northeast Austin, Texas in the United States.

Bull Creek District Park

Bull Creek District Park is a 48-acre city park in Austin, Texas. The park was created in 1971, and named for Bull Creek, the stream that passes through it and provides the focal point of the parks primary attractions of swimming, hiking, and fis ...

Emma Long Metropolitan Park

Emma Long Metropolitan Park is a large municipal park in northwest Austin, Texas. The park is on the shores of Lake Austin and was originally called City Park. In 1939, Civilian Conservation Corps Company 1805 that had just finished Bastrop State ...

McKinney Falls State Park

McKinney Falls State Park is a state park in Austin, Texas, United States at the confluence of Onion Creek and Williamson Creek. It is administered by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. The park opened on April 15, 1976 and is named after T ...

Rosewood Park (Austin, Texas)

Rosewood Neighborhood Park is a public park in East Austin, Texas. The park features tennis courts, playscapes, swimming pool, splash pad, as well as the Delores Duffie Recreation Center and the Doris "Dorie" Miller Auditorium. Combined, they com ...

Walnut Creek Metropolitan Park

Walnut Creek Metropolitan Park is a 293-acre public park in Northeast Austin, Texas. The park features 15 miles of hiking trails, multiple softball fields, a swimming pool, a playground, and numerous barbecue pits and picnic tables. It is notable ...

Williamson Creek Greenbelt

The park was dedicated in 1977 both as parkland and as a drainage easement. The park has been gradually expanded through donations and purchases. In 1991, 5 acres 20.000 m 2 were added to the park in donation from Eli Garza; this donation became ...

Wooldridge Park

Wooldridge Park, also known as Wooldridge Square, is an urban park in downtown Austin, Texas. The park consists of a city block containing a natural basin whose sides slope inward to form an amphitheater with a bandstand at its center. The park w ...

Zilker Park

Zilker Metropolitan Park is a recreational area in south Austin, Texas at the juncture of Barton Creek and the Colorado River that comprises over 350 acres of publicly owned land. It is named after its benefactor, Andrew Jackson Zilker, who donat ...

Bellevue Downtown Park

Bellevue Downtown Park is a 20-acre park located in downtown Bellevue, Washington, United States, a suburb of Seattle. The park consists of a circular ring with a large central greenspace that is surrounded by a moat and walking trails. It is sit ...

Phantom Lake

Phantom Lake is a small lake inside the city limits of Bellevue, Washington, east of Seattle. A 2.6-mile pedestrian trail circles the lake, and according to the city government, Bellevues oldest and largest trees are there. Located about a mile n ...

Billings Field

Billings Field is a park located in West Roxbury, Massachusetts that is operated by the City of Boston. It is located in the heart of West Roxbury and in close proximity to Centre Street. The park is home to two playgrounds, three baseball diamon ...

Charles River Esplanade

The Charles River Esplanade of Boston, Massachusetts, is a state-owned park situated in the Back Bay area of the city, on the south bank of the Charles River Basin.

Charlestown Naval Shipyard Park

Charlestown Naval Shipyard Park is an 11.06-acre park in Charlestowns Boston Navy Yard, in the U.S. state of Massachusetts. The Massachusetts Korean War Memorial is installed in the park. The Charlestown Navy Yard Ferry Terminal extends out from ...

Commonwealth Avenue (Boston)

Commonwealth Avenue is a major street in the cities of Boston and Newton, Massachusetts. It begins at the western edge of the Boston Public Garden, and continues west through the neighborhoods of the Back Bay, Kenmore Square, Boston University, A ...

Dorchester Park

Dorchester Park is a historic park bounded by Dorchester Avenue, Richmond, Adams and Richview Streets in the Dorchester neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts. The park was designed by Olmsted, Olmsted & Eliot, and constructed in 1891, as part of ...

East Boston Greenway

The Mary Ellen Welch Greenway is a shared use path and park in East Boston that is located along the path of a former Conrail line. The greenway connects several significant open space areas in East Boston, including Piers Park, Memorial Stadium, ...

Forsyth Park (Boston)

Forsyth Park is a 1.68-acre park along the Fenway in Bostons Fenway–Kenmore neighborhood, in the United States. Part of the Emerald Necklace, the park features a statue of John Endecott.

Franklin Park Zoo

The Franklin Park Zoo is a 72 acres zoo located in Boston, Massachusetts. It is currently operated by Zoo New England, which also operates the Stone Zoo in Stoneham, Massachusetts. The zoo is located in the northeast portion of Franklin Park, Bos ...

Harambee Park

Harambee Park is a park located in Dorchester and Mattapan, Boston. Originally known as Franklin Field, it was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted in order to give Bostonians a place to play sports, as well as prevent them from doing it at nearby F ...

Kevin W. Fitzgerald Park

Kevin W. Fitzgerald Park is a 5.5-acre neighborhood park near Brigham Circle in the Mission Hill neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts. It was built as part of the redevelopment of the "ledge site", a former Puddingstone quarry. It is accessible ...

Langone Park

Langone Park is a waterfront park in the North End of Boston, Massachusetts. Established in 1973, it is named for Massachusetts state senator Joseph A. Langone, Jr. and his wife Clementina Langone. The park features a Little League Baseball field ...

North End Parks

The North End Parks are the two northernmost parks on the Rose Kennedy Greenway, built over ONeill Tunnel in Boston, Massachusetts and adjacent to the neighborhood known as the North End. Two landscape architecture firms designed the 3-acre North ...

Peters Park (Boston)

Peters Park is a small community park located in the South End neighborhood of Boston, MA. Its boundaries are Shawmut Avenue, Watham Street, Washington Street and East Berkley. The park provides roughly 5 acres of multiuse activity spaces, includ ...

Boston Public Garden

The Public Garden, also known as Boston Public Garden, is a large park in the heart of Boston, Massachusetts, adjacent to Boston Common. It is a part of the Emerald Necklace system of parks, and is bounded by Charles Street and Boston Common to t ...

Temple Street Park

Temple Street Park is a.06-acre park in Bostons Beacon Hill neighborhood, in the U.S. state of Massachusetts. The park is owned by the City of Boston and maintained by Suffolk University. Suffolk reached an agreement with the Beacon Hill Civic As ...

Winthrop Square

Winthrop Square, also known as Training Field, is a historic park and former training field in Bostons Charlestown neighborhood, in the U.S. state of Massachusetts. The Charlestown Civil War Memorial is installed in the park.

Burke-Gilman Trail

The Burke-Gilman Trail is a trail in King County, Washington. The 27-mile multi-use recreational trail is part of the King County Regional Trail System and occupies an abandoned Seattle, Lake Shore and Eastern Railway corridor. The Burke-Gilman s ...

North Creek Forest

The North Creek Forest is located in Bothell, Washington and surrounds a section of the 12.6-mile North Creek and encompasses 64 acres of mature second growth mixed coniferous/hardwood forest with 7 streams and 9 wetlands. The forest forms a one ...

Addams/Medill Park

In June 2017 it was announced that Exelon planned to build a $20 million, 100.000 sq-ft multi-purpose indoor facility in the park, which is expected to open in late winter 2019. The park will also undergo $5 million of outdoor renovations.

Austin Town Hall Park

Austin Town Hall Park is a park at 5610 W. Lake Street in the Austin neighborhood of Chicago, Illinois. The site was formerly used for the town hall of Cicero Township. The Austin subdivision of Cicero was annexed to the City of Chicago in 1899, ...

Avondale Park (Chicago)

Avondale Park is a 1.7 acre park in the Avondale community area of North Side, Chicago, Illinois. The park stretches between School Street to the south to the Kennedy Expressway to the north and east, with the alley behind Drake Street to the Wes ...

Chicago Lakefront Trail

The Chicago Lakefront Trail is a 18.5-mile-long partial shared use path for walking, jogging, skateboarding, and cycling, located along the western shore of Lake Michigan in Chicago, Illinois. The trail passes through and connects Chicagos four m ...

Chicago park and boulevard system

The historic Chicago park and boulevard system is a ring of parks connected by wide, planted-median boulevards that winds through the north, west, and south sides of the City of Chicago. The neighborhoods along this historic stretch include, Loga ...

Chicago Riverwalk

The Chicago Riverwalk is an open, pedestrian waterfront located on the south bank of the main branch of the Chicago River in downtown Chicago, Illinois managed by MB Real Estate. It extends from Lake Shore Drive to Lake Street. Called the citys S ...

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