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Tempe - Creamery Park

8th Street and Una Avenue
480-350-5200

Creamery Park is one of the few parks in Tempe that was named in honor of a significant historical element in the community rather than for a significant citizen or service club. The park is one of the smallest parks in Tempe at just under 3 acres. Built in 1999, the park resulted from an agreement with the developer of the residential complex to the north and the city to utilize the retention requirements for the development for a public park. The neighborhood between Rural Road and McClintock, Apache to University was one of the few residential areas of Tempe not served by a public park. 



Reviews

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Rating:
Monday, April 16, 2018
It's good place for enjoy. And there is or pass free bus.

Nancy Earl

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Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2018
Pretty much no one picks up after their dogs and it's really bad in there

Gokul Chandrasekaran

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Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2017
Nice little park on 8th street! Has a bball hoop!

Leonard Pennock

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Thursday, May 4, 2017
It's a small park with a reasonable sized dog run and sand 'pit' / playground. Generally well maintained, the only major downside is through some parts of the grass there are at times the weeds that leave those tiny little thorny balls that will get stuck to socks, clothes, pets, etc. The dog park provides free bags to clean up after pets, and for the most part people use them (some people are special snowflake exceptions to common courtesy as expected anywhere, of course). A dog or a few did dig into the ground in the dog park and break one of the sprinkler heads, so there is a mud spot there, as well as by the drinking fountain for dogs. Also has a half basketball court and Ramada. Standard park stuff.

Deborah Morris

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Sunday, May 28, 2017
Smaller however nice and quiet. Big enough to throw a ball and for the dogs to burn some energy. Definitely a place to go to if you live close to it.

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