Valdese Children's Park
|Categories||Parks & Forests|
|Address||Torre Pellice St,
Valdese, NC 28690
Children's Park is located conveniently just off Highway 70 on the east side of Valdese. Children's Park contains a picnic shelter with restroom facilities, a playground area, and a lighted sports field used for baseball, soccer, and softball. A creek meanders along the edges of the park, encouraging exploration by curious youngsters. Children’s park was built to memorialize five children who were killed after an explosion ripped apart a backyard bomb shelter in Valdese.
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