There is no entrance fee, and the traffic is quite convenient. The park is quite big just on the edge of the city. There is a cliff stone inside.
You must go. Tickets are free, the zoo is 3 yuan, there are monkeys, ostriches, sheep, all kinds of small animals ~ there is also a children's playground, suitable for exercise and baby ~ there is a flower market, a fish market at the door, and babies are happy to think about it~
No tickets are required for the People’s Park in Zoucheng District. You can enter from the south gate, put on casual sportswear, smell the scent of sweet-scented osmanthus, listen to the sounds of birds, and walk in stride. Play time is about 1 hour
1. The park next to Zoucheng City does not charge entrance fees, and the traffic is fairly convenient, just on the edge of the city; 2. The park is relatively large, and there is a cliff rock in it. Although it is already night, there are many here People enjoy the cool!
A good place for leisure and fitness, beautiful greenery, red and willow green, a spin-off! Being in the center is refreshing and refreshing, especially the fitness and aerobic exercise for the elderly in He? ! it is good!
The environment is still very good! Not too many people!!
Tiexi Park is not big, but very quiet, just 100 meters south of the west exit of the 30-meter bridge. It is a good place for residents’ leisure and fitness created by Zoucheng Yankuang Group and the local garden system. There are a lot of people doing morning exercises. There are healthy trails in the park, fitness equipment, small fitness and extensive Tai Chi exercises, each with a plan and eye, running fitness People sweat like rain, there are artificial lake viewing pavilions, flowers bloom all year round, in short, it is a good park for people to relax and relax.
Preston_Dominguez: 1498 Gangshan N Rd, Zoucheng Shi, Jining Shi, Shandong Sheng, China
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Mencius Residence and Mencius Temple Scenic Area,Tieshan Park （Southeast Gate）,Renmin Square,Tiexi Park,Tieshan Scriptures Carved on Precipices