Easy access at 22nd Avenue North and 72nd Street. Sidewalks. Fitness Zone with Outdoor Exercise Equipment. Shady Playground. Tennis Courts. Soccer and Baseball Fields. Basketball Courts. Public Restrooms. Opens 30 minutes before sunrise. Closes 30 minutes after sunset.
Aerial view of Azalea Park
Marked 1.25 mile path along the outer perimeter of the park on the cement sidewalks. Start is in front of the Recreational Center.
Sun and shade along path that circles the park.
Open Mon.-Fri. 7 am - 7pm.
Restrooms are inside the Recreational Center.
BONUS: Cold water at a bottle refill station/water fountain inside the main building.
9 Hole Disc Golf Course in center of the park. Free. Get discs inside the main building.
Shady playgrounds and 3 outdoor picnic shelters with tables.
FITNESS ZONE outdoor equipment is on 22nd Ave. side of the park next to the tennis courts.
Several parking lots: in the shade by the building, near the playground, at the far end of the park in the sun, and next to the tennis courts and exercise machines.
No food sources, but Tyrone Square Mall is just a few blocks away.
Plenty of wide open spaces for yoga, stretching, touch football or throwing frisbee.
Lighted soccer and football fields. Tennis and racquetball courts. Basketball Courts and Baseball field
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