Springdale Lodge Purchase Could Create Retreat Space

Posted: March 2, 2014 at 5 a.m.

STAFF PHOTO ANTHONY REYES Sprouse looks around the inside of a barn Friday at the Rabbits Foot Lodge in Springdale. The barn is old and some think it may be one of the oldest in the state.

SPRINGDALE -- A beautiful view, overlooking Dancing Rabbit Creek and a spring, could become a part of the Springdale park system.

At A Glance

Springdale Parks

• Murphy Park, 501 S. Pleasant St.

• J.B. Hunt Park, 1955 Fleming St.

• Randal Tyson Complex, 4303 Watkins Ave.

• Luther George Grove Street Park, corner of Grove and Park streets

• Bayyari Park, 2400 Deer Valley St.

• Bobby Hopper Park, 399 Upton St.

• unnamed park, southeast corner of the intersection of Don Tyson Parkway and Hylton Road

• unnamed park, northeast corner of the intersection of Downum and West County Line roads.

Source: Staff Report

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