Take a Walk Around Independence Park
Today, 7:30a - 10:30p
Take in the sights and sounds of nature right on the edge of Uptown Charlotte. Bring a group of friends of the two- or four-legged variety for a jaunt around one of Charlotte's most beautiful parks.
Take advantage of a gorgeous day in the Queen City with a walk around Independence Park. This 24-acre urban park is the perfect location to run, bike or walk the dog.
"Independence Park is a 24-acre urban park at 300 Hawthorne Lane situated at the western end of the Elizabeth neighborhood in Charlotte, North Carolina. The park was created in 1924 at the urging of Charlotte industrialist Daniel Augustus Tompkins, founder of the Charlotte Observer, and is the oldest public park in Charlotte." - Wikipedia
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300 Hawthorne Ln
Charlotte, NC 28204
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