At the time of its founding, this pawsome playground was named Rose Park. In 2004, it was christened Guadalupe Reyes Park after Ms. Guadalupe Reyes, a lady of Mexican descent who worked tirelessly to provide rights for underprivileged Hispanic people as well as children with disabilities. Ms. Reyes received many accolades and awards during her lifetime and was also responsible for the founding of the Esperanza School, an educational center designed to meet the needs of children living with physical and emotional limitations.
Guadalupe Reyes Park is a pawsitively awesome place that has truly gone to the doggoes! Your pooch is more than welcome to join you for your day of park fun; just be sure to keep Fido on his leash to stay on the fur-iendly side of the local pawlice.
Though this furrific play haven is small in size, there are still lots of woofderful things you and your best canine pal can do during your visit, including basketball and playing chess or checkers at the provided tables. There are also lots of concrete walkways that are the pawrfect spot for taking a walk with your main canine squeeze. Also available on the grounds is a Fido and kid-fur-iendly playground as well as bleachers where you and your canine bud can enjoy a snack or doing a little people watcing.
You should note that there is not much grass at this pawrific park, so you will need to find some along the street for your pooch to use when a bathroom break is in order. Be sure to bring along some cleanup sacks and bottled water too.
Looking for a barking great place to explore? Bring Fido and the fam to Guadalupe Reyes Park. You'll have a terrierific day!