If you’ve ever heard me talk about Duncan, you know how much I love its natural beauty and how much I love being outside. The weather here is fantastic, making Duncan a great place for people who want to spend their time outside with their families.
As a family-friendly community, Duncan has dozens of parks and playgrounds for kids of all ages. Whether you’re looking for a park that caters to young toddlers, a place to host an outside birthday party, or just a place to enjoy the sights and sounds of Duncan, there’s a park for you.
Walks and Hiking
Living in Duncan makes it easy to stay active! You can get a perfect view of Duncan and get the heart pumping with the walking and hiking trails at local parks. Over one dozen parks in this area have trails, including Old Mill Park, Manley Creek Park, and Bright Angel Park.
There’s no better way to spend a warm day than at the park, enjoying a picnic. There are lots of scenic picnic areas throughout Duncan, including those at Lily Beach Park, Maple Grove Park, Bear Lake Park, and Coverdale Watson.
Get your little ones out to the park and let them burn off some extra energy. I have two daughters—I know how nice it is when they conk out after a long day at the park! Check out some of the local playgrounds available in the Duncan area. Many parks have great playground areas. These are some family favorites:
- Briarwood Park
- Deloume Park
- Melrose Park
- Gibsons Park
- William Shearing Park
You can explore just about any physical activity at Duncan parks! Cleasby Bike Park has dirt jumps, skills sections, and a pump track, so it’s a great place to get comfortable on a bike or start working on your advanced skills.
Come explore the beauty of Duncan!
There’s lots of benefits of living in a gorgeous place like Duncan, so why not make the most of it by exploring our community parks? No matter which neighborhood you want to settle down in, I can help you learn the ins and outs of your neighborhood and park system.