On December 19, 2011, I posted photos of a pocket park
to the Tucson Murals Project blog (before I'd come up with the idea of this Pocket Parks blog). Click there if you'd like to see the photos.
Many of Tucson's pocket parks are hidden away in a residential neighborhood, and this one is too:
Around the park — with benches for sitting and signs to read (there's one below) — was a mural of water flowing through the street, around the curbs. In the water were lots of critters and other fun things. I haven't checked the condition of the mural recently, but I hope you'll go by and enjoy the park, anyway! (And please give us an update on the condition of the murals by leaving a comment below.)
Here's a sign that tells about the park — and Feld Davis:
(To get a larger view, click on the photo.)
Update (March 28, 2014): Today the Arizona Daily Star published a YouTube video of Feld Davis Park
at the southeast corner of 8th Street & Martin
, just west of Campbell.
Basically sunrise (which is when I visited; it's nice on an early summer morning) or any daylight hour. It's tucked away in a residential neighborhood, where I'm sure neighbors will appreciate quiet!