Our friends, Susan and Dave M., visited Mead Park last week. I saw photographs that Susan had taken at the park on her Facebook page. I liked the park and didn’t recognize it as a park in my hometown. I asked Susan the name and location of this park. She told me it was Mead Park in Corry, PA. On the way home from this past Saturday’s day trip to Erie Bluffs State Park, Bob and I stopped briefly at Mead Park. Mead Park is a 50 acre park located on the west side of the city.
I liked the artsy look of these two bridges.
We saw only a small portion of Mead Park. We will most definitely make a return visit to this park!
7 Responses to “Mead Park”
LInda, what a neat park. I love the playground equipment and the cool looking bridges. The Muscovy duck is a great shot. Have a great weekend.
The playground equipment reminds me of what used to be at our boys' elementary school. They have taken all of it out now but that was a flashback. The bridges are really neat.Becky K.
kids will have lots of fun in this park.As for the OLD duck, he sure has plenty of that red globs. We use to have these kind of ducks we reared to eat.
How neat, Linda. Someone was very creative when building that park… I love those two bridges also. One of our lakes near here used to have a fountain in the middle. I loved it and it made the lake look so neat. This year, the fountain is not working.. What a shame.We have a gorgeous, COOL morning up here (64 degrees)… First in a LONG time… yeah!!!!Have a wonderful weekend.Hugs,Betsy
Hi Linda, I too like the side rails on those bridges… very artistic and it looks like a very nice park. Luv the duck! 🙂
What a great park! Someone obviously put some thought into it rather than just throwing steel pipe handrails up. The duck seems to enjoy it too.Darryl and Ruth : )
That is a really cool park! Like you, I really like the various pieces of equipment – and the bridges of course. I really like that bus too!