The Erfurt Park will sit on 15 acres fronting 71st Street on the north and running between Clare and Gleason roads. Its design will replicate the German city and its Ega Park. The park in Shawnee will have two shelters, multipurpose activity fields, European-themed gardens, a playground, a nature playground, a walking trail, public parking, a lookout mound near the sports fields and enlargement of an existing pond.
The Erfurt Park will sit on 15 acres fronting 71st Street on the north and running between Clare and Gleason roads. Its design will replicate the German city and its Ega Park. The park in Shawnee will have two shelters, multipurpose activity fields, European-themed gardens, a playground, a nature playground, a walking trail, public parking, a lookout mound near the sports fields and enlargement of an existing pond. SUBMITTED PHOTO
The Erfurt Park will sit on 15 acres fronting 71st Street on the north and running between Clare and Gleason roads. Its design will replicate the German city and its Ega Park. The park in Shawnee will have two shelters, multipurpose activity fields, European-themed gardens, a playground, a nature playground, a walking trail, public parking, a lookout mound near the sports fields and enlargement of an existing pond. SUBMITTED PHOTO

Work begins on Shawnee park named in honor its German sister city

August 25, 2014 11:08 AM

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