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Acacia Park, Colorado Springs

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TripAdvisor
  • We stayed walking distance from this park for a week. The sign by the Uncle Wilbur fountain said it runs from noon to 6. (Subject to change). Twice we tried around 4:00. It was turned off. Once we wer...  more »
  • I'm not from around here so I found this park kind of 'adorbs'. I found it a nice little spot to relax, drink coffee, grab a sandwich, rest from shopping, take photos... and otherwise chill - somethin...  more »
  • It was an ok park, kept up nicely, but there were a few homeless people hanging out, and the atmosphere was just ok. Maybe not the best park....  more »
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  • It's a public park. Best to keep expectations low and be happily surprised. The park occasionally hosts events and farmer's markets, which actually is a lot of fun. There is also a fantastic Portland-style tiny home coffee shop serving third-wave coffee on the southern side of the park. Great, great coffee.
  • THE place for Pokemon GO!! Especially if you need a ton of pokestops in a very brief and aromatic distance. Excellent location for younger children to play (adorable playground provided) and the IN spot to take a stand on some of the nations most known political and societal issues (i.e. Occupy). Artistic and well maintained and the diversity of reality is also a real eye opener as the lowest on the socioeconomic ladder mingle and stroll alongside the cities highest rungs.
  • It's a pretty park it's across the street from my house they do things on weekends I just wish they would do something about the homeless I live on the first floor and I had a man looking in.my.window last week
  • I have mixed feelings, but I still mostly like Acacia Park. The downside can be the large numbers of homeless folks that tend to congregate, especially after dark... but the upside is almost everything else. I think this place is genuinely nice during the summertime.
  • Beautiful downtown park. Nice playground, cool fountain for kids to play in.