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This park exceeds 3,600 acres, making it the third largest municipal park in the United States. The park is comprised of three major sections: Lower Park, Middle Park and Upper Park. Lower Park has children's playgrounds, natural swimming areas, and vehicle-free roads for runners, cyclists, rollerbladers and walkers. Middle Park features ball-playing fields, picnic areas, the "World of Trees" walk, which is accessible to the physically challenged, and the park's environmental and informational headquarters. Upper Park remains relatively untouched with majestic canyons overlooking Big Chico Creek, which contains some of the most spectacular swimming areas in Northern California. Dogs on leash are allowed. Please clean up after them.
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