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Roosevelt Park was made last 1933 with the help of the funding of the Civil Works Administration. It was first called as Terrace Park and then eventually was called as that of the President Franklin Roosevelt. It went through a complete renovation that amounted to about $2.8 million and it was cleaned up by year of 2007. To date, it now serves as the oldest and one of the most valued spaces in the state. The park measures about 13 acres and has about 2,250 bushes and trees which include species of Siberian elms.

What makes this park definitely attractive to many is that it allows dogs within its vicinity. The only drawback you can find with it is that it has no public facility whatsoever including the toilets. The part of the park that was recovered from the county jail that was demolished was filled with stones. There are lots of grassy parts too that also has a golf course for the Frisbee players. This is a perfect bonding place for you and your pet dogs.
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