Center for City Park Excellence

Data on the park-related expenditure per resident, by city from the City Park Facts 2010 Report.

Through an annual survey, the Center for City Park Excellence maintains the nation's most complete database of park facts for the largest 85 U.S. cities.

These are the largest parks located within the limits of a U.S. city. Most are owned by the municipality, but some are owned by a state, a county, a regional agency or the federal government. If a park extends beyond the boundary of the city, only the acreage within the city is noted here.

Virginia Beach’s extensive network of parks has great value and is a major draw for tourists and residents alike. This report defines and measures seven major factors of the parks that are economically beneficial the city.

Virginia Beach’s extensive network of parks has great value and is a major draw for tourists and residents alike. This report defines and measures seven major factors of the parks that are economically beneficial the city.

This report by The Trust for Public Land explains how a conscious park, open space, and recreation strategy could help play a major role in New Brunswick’s ongoing revitalization efforts and help to further “brand” and sell the city as a great place to live, work, and visit.

This report measures the value of Philadelphia's park and recreation system.

This document from City Park Facts Report 2010 has tables showing the largest, oldest, and most visited parks located within the limits of a U.S. city.

This report measures the value of the park and recreation system in Wilmington, Delaware.

Data on the largest, oldest, and most visited parks in U.S. cities from the City Parks Fact 2010 report.

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