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Park portrait: Now, who doesn’t like interpretive trails?

Park Portrait: Fulton Park

One of our most intentional parks and one that many of us don’t know about. Fulton Park is located along the TART Trail, complete with its own trail entrance, as well with access from Carter Road towards Greilickville. The interpretive trail guides visitors through a cedar swamp and has an open grass area that serves as a quiet place for a quiet lunch or family picnic. The approximately 9-acre park has been historically known as prime birding habitat.

For larger images of Fulton Park, visit the MyWHaT Flickr page.

Who has spent some time in Fulton Park? Not just passed it, but actually walked it and enjoyed it.

For a map of all 34 city parks, pick-up a map at the government center or download one from the MyWHaT Scribed site.

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  1. Sharon Flesher
    July 23, 2010 at 11:14 am

    My daughter likes to go there to look for frogs.

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