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    1. Maria N.
      I remembered well when the People’s Park first opened its gate to the public; locals and visitors alike flocked the whole park from day until night. Miniature models of the city’s structures fascinated the locals. The man made waterfalls, the life size concrete installations was a fave background for photo buffs. The swimming pool was then rented by a local who used to be in food/catering business. It was indeed a local spot especially during weekends and holidays.
      People’s Park remains to be among the city’s tour spots. Although, the concerned lgu agency should give it the face lift it needs. At the same time, year-round event planning should be implemented so that not only locals will have a good reason to frequent the place but more so our visitors. While other cities are yet to construct a spot, our already exists for some time. Our People’s Park has already existing amenities that just need some creativity and improvement to make it more enticing and worthwhile the trip of travelers/tourists. Let our creative juice work for the growth of our tourism industry!
    2. Ernest Q.
      Bawi-on nako akong 5 star na gi hatag 1 star na lang ni kay walay tagad sooner or later mo balik na ni sya og dump site ning lugara.
    3. Ernaflor Q.
      People’s Park is now Lover’s Park! !!! It was awkward to bring kids around. The used to be a beautiful place to go when you are in San Carlos is now monopolized by lovers on a date. You can hardly take pictures on their nice spots. Most of all I am not proud anymore to show this place to my visitors. The place is poorly maintained. You can see garbage ( take out containers of a famous food chain) scattered on the ground. Calling the attention of whoever is in charge of this place !!!! Dept. of Tourism. ???? Please do something…
    4. Mary J.
      So disappointing, i was so excited to show my kids the place i remembered to be clean, great park to stroll around, now it is like it has been forgotten, the land is poorly maintained.
    5. Ernest Q.
      I love the scenery at People’s Park. It’s a beautiful place to walk around and take in the view. Who would known that this was a dump site before in the late 80’s and transformed into a beautiful park. If you visit San Carlos City go to this place.

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    Welcome to People’s Park as a resource and guide for one of San Carlos City’s most visited landmarks. Overlooking Sipaway Island, has a fresh water swimming pool, children’s playground, gazebo, kiosks, promenade, picnic area and pavilion.

    A visual masterpiece, People’s Park has gone through major developments and restoration over time to carry on its initial purpose as an open-air oasis for the city. No matter the season or reason for your visit, this historic landmark is a setting for enjoying many pursuits.

    Our website is the source for up-to-date reporting on the latest news and happenings in the park and sharing historic tales about its fascinating legacy. From key attractions to year-round activities, we provide information on every aspect of exploring People’s Park.

    Park Information

    People’s Park is open daily from 6:00 am until 10:00 pm

    Entrance Fee

    Adults : P5.00

    Below 7 years old but accompanied by an adult is FREE

    Swimming Pool Area : P50.00

    Swimming Lessons : P150.00

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