Washinton Square Park is the oldest city park in Stillwater Minnesota. Until the parks redevopement it had little amenities and was hardly used beyond the adjacent neighbors. The vision and generosity of a Stillwater couple was the catalyst that resulted in the parks makeover. The area now incorporates picnic shelters with the ornamental iron imported from England, flower gardens, play areas, a gazeebo and public restrooms. The original baseball diamond was retained so the local kids can still enjoy their pickup games.
Architecture by Thorbeck Architects
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