Sunday, December 10, 2017

Preview Post: Lutz Park

Lutz Park looks like a beautiful park on the water in Appleton.  There is a playground and a nice walking path.  There are also bathrooms.

Lutz Park
1320 Lutz Drive ~ Appleton, WI

Preview Post: Lions Park

Lions Park in Appleton has a playground and a picnic shelter.  There are also bathrooms.  This seems like one of Appleton's smaller parks.

Lions Park
1920 South Matthias Street ~ Appleton, WI

Preview Post: Linwood Park

Linwood Park in Appleton has a playground and a picnic shelter.  There are also bathrooms and a ball diamond.

Linwood Park
401 North Douglas Street ~ Appleton, WI

Preview Post: Kiwanis Park

Kiwanis Park in Appleton has what looks like a pretty new playground.  There is a shelter and a restroom.  There is also a ball diamond.

Kiwanis Park
2315 North Nicholas Street ~ Appleton, WI

Preview Post: Jones Park

Jones Park in Appleton has a playground, but it looks like it may be a pretty small one.  The park itself looks like it's nestled in behind a neighborhood.  There is a shelter and bathrooms.

Jones Park
301 West Lawrence Street ~ Appleton, WI

Preview Post: Jaycee Park

Jaycee Park in Appleton looks like it has a nice playground.  There's a picnic shelter and bathrooms.  It takes up about one full city block.

Jaycee Park
1200 South Jefferson Street ~ Appleton, WI

Saturday, October 28, 2017

Preview Post: Hoover Park

The first thing I noticed about Hoover Park in Appleton is that it looks like a very sandy park.  Sand is my least favorite playground item! Haha, but the kids love it.  The playground looks like it is on sand, and there is a ball diamond too.  There's also a picnic shelter with bathrooms.

Hoover Park
600 East Roeland Avenue ~ Appleton, WI