In years gone by, the town park or town square was a gathering place. A place where festivals were held, music played from the gazebo, and young lovers held hands. In Patagonia, it still is.
With its charming gazebo and columns, Patagonia’s Town Park is a favorite place for family reunions, quiet walks, football tosses, and local events. It’s also the home of the annual art festivals, EarthFest and Fourth of July activities. Lined with Arizona walnut, willow, and oak trees, the park provides needed summer shade and a glorious show of color during the autumn months.
Take advantage of this green haven during your visit by bringing a picnic or enjoying a refreshing ice cream cone on the grass—just like Patagonia’s founders once did.