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Tsistsistas- Hinono'einiihi' Park (Cheyenne-Arapaho Park)

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Features

  1. Benches
  2. Large Turf Areas
  3. Native American themed art
  4. Walking Track
Enjoy a peaceful walk, relax with a good book, play with your children or discover the natural shrubs and wildflowers which are magnificent in season. The park includes two connected circular gravel pathways, large turf area and several park benches.

In order to maintain the natural beauty of the park, motorized vehicles and bicycles are not permitted. Dog must be on a leash at all times.

Construction is set to begin in 2021 for west side park improvements, including a new community garden, off-leash dog area, natural play area, expansion of the cottonwood creek bed, and multiple shade and picnic areas. Find out more

History
Tsistsistas-Hinono'einiihi' Park is the park's official name but most folks find it easier to call it the Cheyenne-Arapaho Park. The park honors the Plains Native American tribes with a Cheyenne-Arapaho inspired sculpture and council gathering ring.