Easy access to Walter Fuller Park at 26th Avenue North and 78th Street. 133 Acres. Sidewalks and Paved Exercise Trail. Dog Park. Shady Playground. Tennis Courts. Swimming Pool Open Seasonally. Soccer Fields. Basketball Courts. Public Restrooms. Opens 30 minutes before sunrise. Closes 30 minutes after sunset.
Marked 1.89 mile path along the perimeter of the park on the cement sidewalks. Start in front of pool.
Lovely nature trail at the center of this park that's a .69 mile paved trail circling Jungle Lake.
Lots of landscaping, geese, ducks, squirrels, dogs and birds. Lake has large water fowl population.
Walter Fuller Recreational Center has Elementary and Teen camps. Open Mon.-Fri. 7 am - 7pm.
Restrooms inside the Rec Center Building, and at the concession stand on the south side of the nature trail.
Outdoor water fountain I found is on the nature trail behind the concession stand. It's in full sun.
Pool has public swims 11 am-4 pm. Twilight swims Fri. 6:30-9:30 pm. $3 each. Closed Sundays.
Restrooms and water fountains inside the Pool Area, which requires an admission fee.
Shady playgrounds and outdoor picnic areas. Lots of mature trees along paved sidewalks.
Several parking lots: by recreation center, pool, soccer fields, baseball fields.
Street parking. You'll find shady spots on 30th Avenue near ball fields.
The park is well maintained by the city.
No food sources, but Tyrone Blvd and Tyrone Square Mall are nearby.
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