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CENTRAL PARK in Ashland, Kentucky on a very foggy, misty morning, March 17, 2009.
“CENTRAL PARK” made the “TOP TEN CHALLENGE” of MIST AND FOG
and was “FEATURED” in the group:MADE BY NATURE
“CENTRAL PARK” was “FEATURED” in the group:LIVE AND LET LIVE
“CENTRAL PARK” was “FEATURED” in the group:#1 ARTISTS OF RED BUBBLE
“CENTRAL PARK” was “FEATURED” in the group THE SCAVENGER HUNT
Ashland, Kentucky, located in the NE part of the bluegrass state, boasts a 47-acre (190,000 m2) beautiful wooded park! CENTRAL PARK was founded in 1854, with playgrounds and other amusements. In the spring of 1995, the pond was excavated, and later filled with water by September.
The original water lilies that were planned in 1937 had come back in full bloom. Several fountains were added in the center of the park, and numerous fish species were added.
CENTRAL PARK today features an ice skating area, three separate children playgrounds, several baseball diamonds, a volleyball court and a traditional bandstand.
CENTRAL PARK also hosts an annual, holiday light show, the WINTER WONDERLAND OF LIGHTS travel from all around the world to see thousands of Christmas lights of spectacular displays! Santa’s train offers rides around the park, and carriage rides are also available during the Christmas season.
Filled with striking, lush greenery, spectacular flowers, and towering trees, CENTRAL PARK is a “must-see” for anyone visiting Ashland, Ky!
CENTRAL PARK’S “WINTER WONDERLAND OF LIGHTS” can be viewed at ASHLAND, KENTUCKY’S WINTER WONDERLAND FESTIVAL
For more information on “CENTRAL PARK” go to:THE VISITOR