#92 Third and Piatt Park – 347 N Piatt
Background: At just .35 acres, this is one of the city’s 10 smallest parks. It was created in a 1999 project that converted the street to a park. It straddles the 3rd Street drain.
There are a few park benches and a playground. I did not have to do much research to figure out the park is named after its location. You know, sometimes I amaze even myself. (Princess Leia: That doesn’t sound too hard.”)
What we did: While maintaining the social distancing rules, we thought a walk in the park would be nice. This is a tiny park, but it runs along a bike path that winds its way through the neighborhood and out to the canal route. There are a few nice photographic moments thanks to the bridges that crisscross the canal.
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