Durango’s 35 parks that ‘make life better’

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Durango’s 35 parks that ‘make life better’

A guide to the city’s valued green spaces
Jessica Iudiciani, left, watches her son Hudson Rizzo, 2, climb the slide in Animas City Park on Thursday, as Nova Oberle watches her son, Cash Oberle, 7, make his way up. Animas City Park near 32nd Street and along East Second Avenue is possibly Durango’s oldest park.
Santa Rita Park is home to several sculptures and the Emma Sweeny, a restored relic locomotive built in Hollywood for the 1950 movie, “Ticket to Tomahawk.” It also has a large grassy field and will have more amenities added later this year.

Durango’s 35 parks that ‘make life better’

Jessica Iudiciani, left, watches her son Hudson Rizzo, 2, climb the slide in Animas City Park on Thursday, as Nova Oberle watches her son, Cash Oberle, 7, make his way up. Animas City Park near 32nd Street and along East Second Avenue is possibly Durango’s oldest park.
Santa Rita Park is home to several sculptures and the Emma Sweeny, a restored relic locomotive built in Hollywood for the 1950 movie, “Ticket to Tomahawk.” It also has a large grassy field and will have more amenities added later this year.
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