Lots of trails in a tiny neighborhood park

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User: figment - 2/22/2004

Location: Schroeter Park

Difficulty: halfstar  Solitude: 2point5stars
Miles Hiked: 0.80 Mile  Elapsed Time: N/A

Comments: When the Mesa Park neighborhood was developed in the 70's, the land that Schroeter Park is on was meant to be a school. After the school plans were cancelled, it was going to be built on with more houses, but the city bought the land to use as a park. That said, it's really just a big patch of land with some neat cactus stands, trails crisscrossing it, and lots of people walking their dogs.

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