Crowder District Park, Apex

#4 of 8 in Things to do in Apex
Park · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
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  • We enjoyed the park with a 3 year old and a 4 year old. Nice facilities! Great play area. Nice walk path and bridge over the pond. Pavilion bathrooms  more »
  • My family adores and appreciates this park. It's always clean and well-kept. It has unique amenities such as a turtle pond, and musical instrument park toys. It's shaded and safe. Most of the time...  more »
  • Not a huge park, but lots of trees, shade, a few different playgrounds, a couple shelters, lots of little dirt paths off of the main, paved paths. I love the bridge over the pond, and the chance to stop and watch the turtles and fish swim around. Growing up, I remember they would have fun educational programs for kids, I assume they still do.
  • This park is a great little hidden gem on Ten-Ten. From the front it looks very small, but it extends quite a bit in the back. It has several different play grounds, a large pond with wildlife and lots of walking trails. My kid loves coming here to play on the unique equipment and going to the pond to count the turtles.

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