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Lyn Ary Park is named after Lyn Ary who emigrated from Russia after the First World War. He owned all of the land west of Turnagain Parkway and when he died, a part of his land was donated to the public as a park. The park is not exactly a recreation area and visitors usually go to the park to have quiet picnics and relax. The park has no admission fees as well.

Also known as Lynn Ary Park, the park is an area covered with lush green grass and playground equipment. There?s also a Babe Ruth baseball field which was constructed in 1971. The Parks & Recreation Department also built a tennis court, drinking fountains and picnic facilities. The area is popular for jogging in the morning. The park is most beautiful during the summer as colorful flowers grow around the park. The park is near the Tony Knowles Coastal Trail which is very popular in the area. Many outdoor enthusiasts who know the trail well sometimes go through this park towards the trail.
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