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Public Parks

Public parks are areas of open space provided for recreational use, usually featuring natural elements like trees, grass, and flowers. Public parks are owned and operated by the government, but different levels of government control different types of parks; national parks are run by the federal government and urban parks are owned and maintained by a local government.

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Few sentences on a public park?

Park is a public place.

It has a wet grassy land.

Children used to play there.

We should keep it clean.

What is the size of Central Park in New York City?

Central Park is approximately half a mile wide, and two and a half miles long.

The area of the park is 843 acres.

What is the most famous Park in London?

Hyde Park, Regent Park, St. James Park, Richmond Park, Greenwich Park, Hampstead Heath. All famous in their own right

Why does Disneyland make you feel like a kid again?

No. Disneyland is an upscale amusement park designed to separate tourists from their money through their children. If your definition of "feeling like a kid again" means spending an immense amount of money to travel to and stay in a different area of the world, attend an expensive amusement park where food, drink and souvenirs are high in price and low in value and everything requires waiting in line for extended periods of time, knowing that you have been fingerprinted on entry - then maybe you will "feel like a kid"

Is it legal to use the paintball gun in public park of NY?

Yes because it is the state of New York's property. If you have permission from New York you may.

Is it legal to scatter ashes in a public park or lake in the state of Ohio?

There is a newsletter at the Ohio Funeral Directors Association website that provides excellent advice and information regarding the scattering of cremated remains in Ohio. There are certain places it may be done and certain places where it may not. The Association also advises you on how to ask permission to scatter remains in state parks where it is normally prohibited. Click on the link below for the entire newsletter and some excellent advice.

Where is Arcadia National Park located?

The Arcadia National Park is located in the state of Maine, which is a state in the country of the United States of America. The nearest city to the Arcadia National Park is Bar Harbor.

Can you smoke at national parks?

Usually, it's OK to smoke in national parks, except when there is extreme fire danger. When conditions are such that a fire could start easily, there could be a ban on all open flames and people may be asked to smoke only inside their automobiles. Smoking is not allowed inside or within 25 feet of federal buildings and facitilies, like caves.

Where is the Dry Tortugas National Park located?

The Dry Tortugas National Park is located 68 miles west of the Key West Islands in the Gulf of Mexico. This also includes the Archipelago Coral Reefs which are the most disturbed in the Florida Keys.

What is the southernmost National Park in the US?

I believe that it's the Everglades National Park in Florida on the tip.

How many parks are in Mexico city?

There are over 200 parks and plazas with green spaces in Mexico city. Among them, the following stand out as the most important in terms of area and amenities present within the park (e.g. playgrounds, artificial lakes, eating areas, restrooms, information kiosks):

  • Chapultepec (largest in the city)
  • Aragon
  • Alameda Central
  • Alameda de Santa Maria
  • Felipe Xicotencatl
  • Miguel Aleman
  • Revolucion
  • San Lorenzo
  • Tlacoquemecatl
  • De los Venados
  • Mexico
  • España
  • Hundido
  • Bosque de Tlalpan
  • Las Amaricas
  • Lira
  • Maria del Carmen Industrial
  • Parque Nacional del Tepeyac
  • Parque Nacional Cerro de la Estrella
  • Parque de los Cocodrilos
  • Parque Ramon Lopez Velarde

Also, many avenues within the city such as Paseo de la Reforma, which includes wide boulevards, monuments, trees and benches would qualify as such:
  • Paseo de la Reforma
  • Bucareli
  • Horacio
  • Tlalpan
  • Tacuba
  • Mazatlan
  • Durango
  • Insurgentes
  • Oaxaca
  • Veracruz
  • Amsterdam
  • Miguel Angel de Quevedo
  • Los Misterios
  • Guadalupe
  • Paseo del Pedregal



Can a person be arrested for being in a public park after hours?

If the park has open and closed sign postings, then yes. Typically, police will not automatically arrest people, but may question them as to why they are there. If there is reasonable suspicion that there may be something illegal going on, then the situation can become complicated, and in some cases may lead to an arrest.

Where was the first public park located in the US?

The United States of America's oldest public park, Boston Common was purchased by its citizens in 1634 for 30 Pounds and officially set aside as public or "common" land by a vote in 1640. The park's original purpose was for military training grounds and a place for grazing cattle.

How did canyon lands national park get its name?

It has red canyons, sandstone spires, and "The Maze"

Should dogs be allowed in public parks?

No because of little kids playing there. It is a health precaution. I think every city or nearby city should have a dog park though.

What is the largest inter city park in the US?

Des Moines Water Works Park, in Des Moines, Iowa, is the largest inter city park in the US. It is 1500 acres. Forest Park in St. Louis, Missouri is only 1293 acres and Central Park in New York city is 843 acres.

Is loitering in a public park after hours a misdemeanor even if there was no jail time and the fine was less than 200 dollars?

All misdemeanors are punishable by a maximum of 1 year in jail, and a fine not to exceed $5,000 dollars (approximately). All felonies are punishable by MINIMUM one year in jail, and not less than $5,000 dollars (approximately). There are Federal level misdemeanors, State level, and even city, county and municipality in some cases. Curfew violations, and or Park after Dark are misdemeanors in about 99%+ situations.

Do veterans pay to enter national parks?

They probably don't like if you were a marine veteran, and you were visiting a marine national park, you'd probably get in for free.

What are the physical features of banff national park?

Some phisacal features for Banff are there hot springs, there mountins and the gondla

Factual description of a public park?

A public park is a place where lots of activities takes place at different times of the day. It is a place with full of greenery and freshness of sweet smelling flowers. Children did a lot of husple-busple in the park and play on different rides like swing , slide, merry-go-round etc. present in the park.