Bicentennial Park

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Bicentennial Park

The Bicentennial Park (Spanish: El Parque Bicentenario) has four basketball courts, three volleyball courts, two beach volleyball courts, a soccer field, a skate park area, a picnic area with 23 tables, a sandpit, swings, climbing constructions, playground, fountains, a lake, and an outdoor auditorium. It’s a perfect place to rest and enjoy some time together.


    • This place is good for

    • Little kids
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    • Grade schoolers
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    • Tweens
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    • Teens
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    • Everyone
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      100%
    • Children with
      special needs
      50%
    • Recommended length

    • Up to 1 hour
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    • 1-3 hours
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    • Half a day
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    • Full day
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    • A day is not enough
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    • Price

    • Free
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      Features confirmed by parents

      • Parking on-site
      • Restrooms
      • Access by public transportation
      • Restaurant or food for purchase
      • Wheelchair/stroller access

Reviews (1)

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    nhohmann

    7, 3

    Large park north of Polanco

    Reviewed 20 August 2017

    This park is huge and a great place to spend an afternoon on a Saturday or Sunday. Bring a ball, frisbee, or even your kid's bikes or scooters. Don't forget your picnic lunch and a blanket. Great with a large group. There's a large playground and "mud/sand pit" that will guarantee hours of wet fun (bring a change of clothes for little ones).This is a personal opinion of a KiddieMundo user.

    Tips

    To get one of the few concrete picnic tables, you may need to show up early. Otherwise, be sure to bring a picnic blanket to spread out under a tree. Also, don't forget your sunscreen and plenty of water. Finally, be sure to park in one of their free parking areas in the southeast portion of the park. If you park just north of the park, you may be charged a fee (private lot?).

    Insider tips

    • To get one of the few concrete picnic tables, you may need to show up early. Otherwise, be sure to bring a picnic blanket to spread out under a tree. Also, don't forget your sunscreen and plenty of water. Finally, be sure to park in one of their free parking areas in the southeast portion of the park. If you park just north of the park, you may be charged a fee (private lot?).

    Practical info

    Av. 5 de Mayo No. 290, San Lorenzo Tlaltenango
    11210 Miguel Hidalgo, Mexico
    01 55 5628 0857 or 01 55 5628 0600 ext. 23800 or 10857

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