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Fejervary Park

Fejervary Park is a 75 acre park located at 1800 West 12th Street.

Nestled in the park is a community favorite, The Fejervary Learning Center.  Originally established in 1905 as Mother Goose Land, Fejervary Learning Center now offers nature-based play areas and nursery rhyme themed
play elements, as well as nature education classes and events for all ages.
Open Memorial Day-Labor Day: Tue-Fri, 10AM-6PM | Sat-Sun, 12-5PM  | Closed Mondays.

Amenities include:   This is a photo of the Mother Goose Statue at the Fejervary Learning Center.  She is was originally built to serve as an entrance that park goers would walk through to enter the park.  Currently she is just a historical figure that sits well back from the new entrance.  She is painted white and complete with a bonnet style cap and glasses.

  • Fejervary Aquatic Center (Outdoor Pool)
  • Playground
  • Fejervary Learning Center (Area formerly used as the Fejervary Zoo)
  • 4 Reservable Shelters (do not have electricity available except Shelter #1)
  • Restrooms
  • Seasonal Sledding Hill