Special Report

America's Most Visited City Parks

15. Como Regional Park, St. Paul, Minnesota
> Annual visitation: 3,800,000
> Park agency: Saint Paul Parks and Recreation Department

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14. Independence National Historic Park, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
> Annual visitation: 4,500,000
> Park agency: Independence National Historical Park

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12. Griffith Park, Los Angeles, California
> Annual visitation: 5,000,000
> Park agency: Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks

12. Lakeside Park, Oakland, California
> Annual visitation: 5,000,000
> Park agency: Oakland Office of Parks and Recreation

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11. Garden of the Gods Park, Colorado Springs, Colorado
> Annual visitation: 5,800,000
> Park agency: Colorado Springs Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services

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