Dennis the Menace Park, Monterey

Dennis the Menace Park, Monterey (must see)

Dennis the Menace Park is one of Monterey's most iconic playgrounds, named after the cartoon character. The playground dates back to 1956 and has undergone renovations over the years to keep it up to date. This attraction is next to a youth center and baseball field, making it a favorite family destination.

This park has a lake where you can enjoy ducks and other waterfowl. There is an excellent view of the harbor where you can see local boats coming and going. You'll also enjoy the picnic area, which is the perfect place to enjoy a meal or snack.

You won't want to miss the treats that await in the playground area. Kids will enjoy going down the roller slide. There is also a rope bridge that helps add to the excitement. Don't miss seeing the Dennis the Menace statue, which is perfect for selfies and other photo opportunities while here.

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Dennis the Menace Park on Map

Sight Name: Dennis the Menace Park
Sight Location: Monterey, USA (See walking tours in Monterey)
Sight Type: Park/Outdoor
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Walking Tours in Monterey, California

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