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Bob L wrote a review Feb 2020
Winchester, Virginia541 contributions82 helpful votes
We got out of the car and walked around a bit. We were looking for special houses (Sears Kit Homes) from the 1910s - 1930s and there was one near here. Nice place to sit and contemplate...get away from the hustle bustle.
Date of experience: February 2020
DKMommy wrote a review Dec 2018
Lancaster, Pennsylvania242 contributions60 helpful votes
Maybe we didn’t see the whole thing, but basically there was someone’s house with a park in front of it. Stone fire places, but not much else. We followed my maps app the long way through neighborhoods. It is shorter to go behind the Depot and hike up. A spot lower on the trail has three signs showing which buildings are which. …
Date of experience: December 2018
Prawet J wrote a review Nov 2017
Washington DC, District of Columbia13,370 contributions595 helpful votes
The park is in the Sears Hill neighborhood just next to the old train station. There is a bridge connecting the park and Gypsy Hill to downtown historic Staunton. If you visit the weekend market and the old train station area and wood like to see the bird eye view of the city, this is the place to get to. If walking up the hill to a residential neighborhood is not your cup of tea, you can skip this attraction.…
Date of experience: October 2017
Kimberly H wrote a review Nov 2016
Durham, North Carolina121 contributions16 helpful votes
We happened upon the park by chance, as were were checking out the train station. It's a quick trip across the bridge to the park, which offers some of the greatest views of Staunton! Very easy walk and lots of fun.
Date of experience: October 2016
George T wrote a review Jan 2016
Staunton, Virginia134 contributions31 helpful votes
Gypsy Hill is probably the most popular place, so this park is often overlooked. Lot's of sport venues, trails, including bike. If you have young children, probably Gypsy is your best bet. I like the place.
Date of experience: March 2015