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Marshall Park, Charlotte

#12 of 14 in Parks in Charlotte
Park · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Marshall Park is a six and a half acre urban park at 800 East Third Street in the Second Ward of Charlotte, North Carolina. It features a large fountain and a lake, an amphitheater, a statue of Martin Luther King Jr., and a Holocaust memorial monument. The park contains large open grassy areas with an unobstructed view of the Charlotte skyline. The Park is named for James B. Marshall who was the City Manager of Charlotte from 1935 through 1940.
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  • Beautiful cityscape of downtown Charlotte. Very relaxing place to sit and watch the geese. Very nice park  more »
  • Stumbled across this park while driving through Charlotte. It was the perfect spot to take some pictures of the skyline. Very serene and peaceful too, enjoyable to walk around and be in nature for a.....  more »
  • Could have been better designed but kudos for the effort. Way too much concrete for a "park". Maybe, eventually, nature will reclaim the space. The water features are the nicest elements...even though they, too, are concrete contained.
  • I love the water feature. Its very nice and relaxing. Highly recommend checking it out if you need a break to clear your mind.

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