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Voisey's Brook Park is found off Indian Meal Line in Portugal Cove-St. Philip's. In 2014, the Grand Concourse completed 2.5 kilometres (1.6 mi.) of looped conservation trails in the eastern section of the large 48-acre park. When complete, Voisey's Brook will feature a dog park, skate park, playground, hard-surface court, baseball field, soccer fields, and 6 kilometres of trails.
Bidgood Park was opened in an official ribbon-cutting ceremony on Saturday, Oct. 4, 2014. Found off the Back Line, the large park is dedicated to the agricultural community in the Goulds. A large plaque at the entrance acknowledges Roger and Jennie Bidgood, who donated the 38-acres of land in 2000 before they passed away. Both the plaque and the sculpture, 'The Mower', were created by Newfoundland artist Gerald Squires. Other features include an off-leash dog park, a wetlands boardwalk, and an outdoor classroom.
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Rainbow Gully Park was officially unveiled on August 8, 2013. We’re proud to have helped see this park along, including the development of trails and lighting installation this summer. The park features a synthetic turf soccer pitch, trails, a new building, a playground, a skate park, 2 multi-use courts, a viewing platform, and picnic venues!
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We're very excited that Phase 2 construction work of the Voisey's Brook Park Trail has begun! For info please see t.co/wlCnXzizHb