Christopher Columbus Park

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Christopher Columbus Park

Arizona

(520) 791-4873

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Things To Do

Boating
Fishing
Hiking
Horseback Riding
Picnicking
Water Sports
Winter Sports

Overview

Christopher Columbus Park is a large, regional-size park located on the northwest side of the City at Silverbell Road and Camino del Cero. It was dedicated to Christopher Columbus during the Quintecentennial year by the Mayor and Council at the request of the Italian-American Club. Features: Ramadas, picnic sites, comfort stations, and a playground, and two baseball fields. The park has a recreational and urban fishing lake where native waterfowl can be seen. The park also contains a model airplane area, a model boat lake, and an off-leash dog park with a ramada, an entry area for dogs to be introduced to each other, and equipment for dog skill activities. Columbus Park is along the De Anza Trail, which extends from Southern Arizona to San Francisco. Next to the trail is a horse trailer pullout to unload horses, along with a ramada, water for the horses, and drinking fountain. Ramada with shade cover, and outdoor sitting area for small groups can be used as a meeting place or for outdoor classroom activities.

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(520) 791-4873

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