Chautauqua Park, Fairfield City Park
Chautauqua Park provides several shelter houses, restrooms, picnicking, playground areas, horseshoe courts, and a 9-hole disc golf course.
Road Length= The paved loop road around Chautauqua Park is about 0.8 miles long.
Surface= Asphalt-Chip & Seal
West Entries to the park= North Park Street at East Burlington Ave and East Broadway Ave.
East Entry to the park= The Huggins Family Bridge connects to the south end of the Louden Bridge segment/north end of the Crow Creek segment.
Chautauqua Park sign. Photo by Werner Elmker.
The flower garden looks best in the spring.
The Huggins Bridge connection to the Loop Trail is in the background.
This loop road through the park is closed to cars in the winter.
Just one of the picnic shelters and playground areas.
You are never too old to swing.
Another picnic shelter.
A disc golf tournament taking place on the 9-hole disc golf course (soon to be 18-hole).
The nine holes are spread throughout the woods. Fairfield was once known as the Forest City.
Approaching hole # 9 after throwing their disks from afar.
This player is throwing the disk from the spot where his landed.
Will this player's disk make it into the basket?.
The brick shelter house, with a playground behind it.
Another picnic shelter in the woods.
Picnic tables are everywhere.
Photos by Jeff Fitz-Randolph, Aug 2010.