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- This park was renamed in June 2019 to honor a former Tuskegee Airman for his years of service to the Lakewood community including working on the incorporation of the city and leading neighborhood programs and associations.
- This park is renowned for its xeric demonstration garden, beautiful reservoir with fish such as bluegill, largemouth bass and perch, and 1-mile walking path.
- Play a game on concrete Ping-Pong tables or cornhole and chess boards at this park that was renovated last year. Look on the path for storybook quotes selected by local students.
- Get your veggies here! This park features a 1.5-acre community farm and a sculpture inspired by the diamond-shaped plates along the back of a plant-eating dinosaur.
- The park is located on the site of a former social club that was frequented by pilots, stewardesses and Air Force personnel, including some who served in World War II.
- This park features Lakewood’s first universal playground, offering kids of all ages and abilities the chance to play, without limits, alongside each other. Check out the wheelchair accessible wavy walk and glider.
- Did you know that Lakewood participates in the Sister Cities International program? Find the park named after two of Lakewood’s sister cities located in England.
- Follow the trails to a 6,800 foot summit at this park. You might spot mule deer, hawks, or maybe a herd of goats! About 250 goats help the city's Integrated Weed Management by munching on leafy vegetation in the park for one week every spring.
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