The 98-acre park between Charlotte's Dilworth and Myers Park neighborhoods has a seven-acre lake and facilities for basketball, tennis, volleyball, soccer, and baseball. But if you'd prefer to throw down a blanket and stare at cloud formations, there are nice patches of grass for lounging around, too.
What’s the vibe here?
Freedom Park is to Charlotteans what Central Park is to New Yorkers. It's where they play as children, feeding the ducks and playing on the swings in the playgrounds, and which they continue to visit as adults.
The annual Festival in the Park, a three-day music and arts festival held in September.
How's navigating this park?
It's easy to get around, and parking is plentiful.
Can we visit on a budget?
You can spend a nice day here without dropping a lot of cash; for instance, opt for a picnic instead of buying something from one of the onsite vendors.
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