This park is 9 acres and features walking trails, view points, and parking (below the entrance trail). Directions: Ohio Ave NE, Kingston From Highway 104 in Kingston turn left on Ohio Avenue NE. From downtown – Kingston (a block west of the ferry terminal) go north on Ohio Avenue NE. The park is on the […]
1/2 mile trail, 21 acres of turf, horseshoe pits, sand volleyball court, playground, large ramada.
Abalone Cove Shoreline Park features two beaches (Abalone Cove and Sacred Cove), tidepools, bluff top viewing areas and trails crisscrossing the area. The park contains a State Ecological Preserve and taking of protected animals and marine life is prohibited. There is direct access to a parking lot off Palos Verdes Drive South. Access to Abalone […]
In recognition of the 200th anniversary of President Abraham Lincoln’s birth, Monroe County Executive Maggie Brooks announced on February 12, 2009 that the County has renamed Irondequoit Bay Park East in his honor. The beautiful 182 acre County Park, located on the east shore of Irondequoit Bay in the Town of Penfield, is now officially […]
Home to Clements Regional Recreation Center, Abraham Lincoln Park has a beautiful natural desert landscape totaling 191 acres. Amenities include a softball complex with concessions, swimming pool, soccer fields and a .6-mile walking path. Lincoln also includes ramadas, a playground and four sand volleyball courts. Atturbury Bird and Animal Sanctuary is located within the park […]
Boating, dump station, fishing, pond, picnic facilities, restroom
Acacia Reservation, a former golf course, is now a 155-acre green space oasis located in the City of Lyndhurst. The west branch of Euclid Creek flows northwest through Acacia Reservation to join the main creek branch in Euclid Creek Reservation. A 1.7-mile paved loop trail is located in the Reservation, and the building at the […]
Acker Park consists of approximately 80 acres of natural parkland near downtown Prescott with access from 421 S. Virginia St., Penn St./Eastwood, Autumn Breeze (in the Foothills subdivision) and S. Washington. The latter has limited parking and is best suited for walk-ins. One mile loop trail, picnic area, restroom, mosaic art walls, amphitheater.
Exercise course, picnic area with grills & ramada, playground, soccer field.
Adanac provides opportunities for active sport, children’s play, and relaxation. Glimpses of the south Vancouver and Burnaby skyline can be caught between the stately sequoia trees that divide the upper and lower playing fields; benches under the willow trees make for a great spot to daydream or watch football practice.