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The Michigan Daily-Thursday, June 3, 1982-Page 11-B
Public Park and Recreation Land

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Ann Arbor's parks are varied and many, spread out over the entire city. The map shown above denotes their location, highlighting park department, public school,
and University land. Pools, community centers, golf courses, canoe liveries, and other park features are also highlighted.
Ann Arbor's parks offer perfect summer escape
(Continued from Page lo) play. There are several tournaments at So for all those who are seeking the
kating rink. The ice arena is open GREEN FEES vary between the both Leslie Park and Huron Hills ideal escape Ann Arbor's got it all and
.even days a week. Admission is $2 for courses but weekday discounts, super throughout the summer. it's there for the taking.
dults and $1.50 for senior citizens and twilight, and junior-senior rates are For additional information on the
hildren 17 and under. Skates can be available. In addition, classes, private tournaments, those interested should
ented ror $1. lessons, and golf clinics are offered at contact the Department of Parks and
WEST PARK is a small recreational both courses. Recreation. z . L . L

park, located a short distance north-
west of Liberty Plaza. The park
features. two basketball courts, three
tennis courts, and softball and baseball
fields. There is also a spray fountain for
the kids.
In addition to all of the facilities listed
above, the city also has two golf cour-
sea.
Huron Hills, located along the Huron
Parkway and adjacent to Gallup Park,
is an 18 hole, par 68 course, spread out
over 5,120 yards, and is one of the most
popular in the Ann Arbor area.
Leslie Park, located on the northeast
side of the city, is an 18 hole, par 72
course: The course is spread out over
% almdst7,000 ylsds and features a fs'uit
0rchard-where-you- canypIck white you

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