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A Re-vist to Duncan Park (Spartanburg SC)

Playground Duncan Park Spartanburg South Carolina

Yesterday I spent a lot of time with my mom, and she had the idea to visit Duncan Park. I haven’t been in a few years, and honestly it’s one of the few things you can really do during all this covid-19 shutdown. I notice they remade their playground.

Playground swing Duncan Park Spartanburg South Carolina

I’m surprised it didn’t have caution tape, as there is a sign that prohibits it being used because of covid-19.

Baseball field Duncan Park Spartanburg South Carolina

I always take a look at the baseball fields as I played Little League here for many years. The city really has let the park run down. Most of these stands, I would refuse to sit in because of rust.

Spartanburg High School baseball stadium Duncan Park Spartanburg South Carolina

One of my most beloved things in the park is the giant baseball stadium. It used to be the stadium for a minor league baseball team. I played a few games here myself. I do believe Spartanburg High School is the official occupant at the stadium now.

Batting cages Duncan Park Spartanburg South Carolina Spartanburg High School

One of the first things I noticed that was new was these batting cages. I really wish they were here when I played Little League.

Walking trail Duncan Park Spartanburg South Carolina

My mom and I mainly walked the trail yesterday.

Lake at Duncan Park Spartanburg South Carolina

The walking trail leads you to a big lake. I saw some Canadian geese swimming our way.

Ducks in pond Duncan Park Spartanburg South Carolina

Once they saw we had no bread, they went the other way.

Published by Adam (Neko Random)

Nerdy guy who loves video games, movies, history, tv, and trivia.

2 thoughts on “A Re-vist to Duncan Park (Spartanburg SC)

  1. What a fun place full of memories for you, Adam! There was yellow caution tape in our nearby Red-Tailed Hawk Park. People pulled it down and used the equipment anyway!

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