Tuesday, April 27, 2010

eaton sunnyslope park

this quaint little park is tucked off the road amidst some little hills and tall trees. it is one of three parks in very close proximity (the other two will be featured on wednesday and thursday).

from the city website:

"Eaton Sunnyslope Park is located on Sunnyslope Avenue and Paloma Street. The size of the park is 1.88 acres. Hours of operation are from 6:00am to 10:00pm. This neighborhood park provides a children’s play area; picnic tables; drinking fountains; and an open grass area."

previous pasadena parks...

1. brookside park
2. singer park
3. central park
4. grant park
5. victory park
6. jefferson park
7. allendale park
8. san rafael park
9. robinson park
10. brenner park
11. washington park
12. villa park
13. mcdonald park
14. la pintoresca park
15. eaton blanche park


cambull said...

I am continually amazed at how many lovely parks there are in Pasadena. Were they there in the early 1950's or are they more recent?
george at cambull dot com

ben wideman said...

You know, that is a great question. Some of these parks have been around for a long, long, time, while others seem to be pretty new. I'm not sure on the exact dates - but I do know that Pasadena is home to the original Busch Gardens. Those interested can take a tour on May 22.