Pullman Parks & Recreation Guide

Summer 2018

Pullman Parks & Recreation Brochure...Your Recreation Connection

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Pullman Aquatic & Fitness Center: 500 NW Greyhound Way: 509-338-3290 Pullman Senior Center: City Hall, 325 SE Paradise St: 509-338-3307 45 45 Take some time this summer and visit our numerous local parks. Each of the parks in Pullman has a diff erent feel and many diff erent and distinctive features for you to enjoy. Harrison Tot Lot is a great park for the younger child, a place for children to climb, run, and swing, while Spring Street Skate Park is designed for the skateboarder or roller skater in mind. Conservation Park, Itani Park, and Petry Natural Area are for those who like the more natural settings, with lots of bird watching available. Many of our parks have shelters for those family, group, and company picnics with play apparatuses close by for the children. Lawson Gardens, Pullman's only formal garden, where you can see the formal rose garden or walk quietly through the perennial and xeriscape garden and see what might look good in your garden. We encourage you to visit them this summer and let us know which one is your favorite! 1. City Trail System 2. City Playfields 3. Conservation Park 4. Emerald Point Park 5. Harrison Tot Lot 6. Itani Park 7. Kruegel Park 8. Lawson Gardens 9. Mary's Park 10. Military Hill Park 11. McGee Park 12. Reaney Park 13. Sunnyside Park 14. Spring St. Skate Park 15. Terre View Park 16. Woodcraft Park 17. Petry Natural Area PULLMAN PARKS PULLMAN PARKS Explore Your Pullman City Parks! 9 5 13 11 3 14 15 12 8

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