Special Report

The Oldest City Parks in America

50. Coeur d’Alene Park, Spokane, Washington
> Year established: 1883
> Park agency: Spokane Parks and Recreation Department

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49. White Park, Riverside, California
> Year established: 1883
> Park agency: Riverside Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department

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48. Drips Park, Kansas City, Missouri
> Year established: 1882
> Park agency: Kansas City, Missouri Parks and Recreation

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47. Baxter Square, Louisville, Kentucky
> Year established: 1880
> Park agency: Louisville Parks and Recreation

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46. Lincoln Park, Long Beach, California
> Year established: 1880
> Park agency: Long Beach Department of Parks, Recreation and Marine

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