Parque Fluvial Padre Renato Poblete, Santiago

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Parque Fluvial Padre Renato Poblete is a public park located in the commune of Quinta Normal in Santiago, Chile. It is part of the "Santiago integrated park system" that also included Parque Forestal and Parque de Los Reyes.The park was inaugurated on January 21, 2015 and is the first of its kind in the country. As part of the "Santiago integrated park system", located west of Parque de Los Reyes on the south bank of the Mapocho River, and it will be connected with the future "Parque Centenario de Quinta Normal" by the "Cicloparque Mapocho 42K", a 42 kilometre cycle path and park that, when finished, will run along the Mapocho River.The park is named after the Jesuit priest Father Renato Poblete, known for his efforts in the reconciliation process after the end of the Chilean dictatorship and the transition to democracy.The parkThe park’s 20 hectares are divided into two sections. "Parque Brazo del Rio" (“River Branch Park”), with a surface area of 13 hectares, features a lagoon of calm water following the path of Mapocho River that will allow non-motorized water activities once opened. The second section, “Paseo en El Cauce” (The Canal Walk), has a surface area of 7 hectares and includes three reservoirs, playgrounds and grassy areas.
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  • It is a pleasant place to be, It has a variety of trees and flowers that makes it very beautiful. This park has an artificial lagoon, an amphitheater, dressing rooms, a picnic area, water games and vi...  more »
  • This Park is the continuation of the Kings Park to the West (towards Maipú), has a large lagoon where tours can be given, but it is not suitable for bathing. If you have also with water games and vast green spaces, as well as the continuation of the 42K bike lane, which crosses from Renca to Vitacura.
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  • Nice, spacious and pleasant to make family trip, rest, exercise, riding a bicycle, etc. Park quality urban and landscape with good equipment. Unique details: there is changing in the bathrooms and there are no many spaces with shade. Picnics are apparently not what is good because it helps to maintain cleanliness.
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