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Clark Centennial Park

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Clark Centennial Park resulted from a donation of land by Helen Noble Clark in 1971. Clark Centennial Park, one of the largest in Longmont, was built in 1974. Covering 48.5 acres, it features an aquatics facility with indoor pool and weight room, a youth center, a disc golf course and softball/baseball fields. Timberline PK-8 School is located to the north and the YMCA is located to the southwest of the park. The park also features "Dance Steps" a mural on the wall of the Youth Center, commissioned by Art in Public Places in 1996. The Oligarchy Ditch and Primary green-way runs through the park.

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