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No, I didn't go down the slide, but I had a lot of fun watching kids go down on "sleds" made out of flattened paper boxes. It is amazing in this day of helicopter parents, litigation, and risk aversion that a city is willing to...More
I have fond memories of my family picnic-ing with friends back in the 60's and 70's at Codornices Park. Returning recently, I wondered whether the place would be the same. To my delight, the cool "cement slide" (as we called it) is still there, and...More
Went here with my son and grandson. Lots of places to hike and climb and generally wear out grandparents and parents. A lot of places to have fun and just a delight to be there. Good spot to bring children and keep their attention.
For several years, we lived—literally—across our back fence from Codornices Park. Often, we squeezed through our fence, crossed a narrow path, and were . . . there. Running laps, tossing a ball, stretched out on a blanket, reading. The park's not fancy, but it is...More
The giant concrete slide was the clear winner for every kid at the park. This park offers everything for all age groups and pet owners alike. Trails, play structures, streams, picnic benches, rose garden and beautiful trees.
One can spend an entire day and not...More