WINCHESTER, Ky,- On Friday, April 5, kids from across Clark County put on their hard hats and joined Dean Builds to see their design ideas come to life in the new Legacy Grove Park. The design process started two years ago when the 25-member youth design team consisting of Clark County children in fourth through sixth grade took the lead in designing the two-acre portion of the park that will be dedicated to children’s play.
Set to open early Summer, Legacy Grove Park is transforming the site previously home to Clark Regional Medical Center in Winchester, Ky.
Dean Builds is developing the 30-acre, ADA-accessible property that will feature a one-mile paved walking path, two-acre children’s play area, waterfall and the County’s first dog park.
“We’re happy to be part of such an important project for the community and region,” said Ricky Harris, Project Manager at Dean Builds. “This park will bring people together and revitalize a large piece of land in Winchester.”
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To learn more about Legacy Grove Park, visit LegacyGrovePark.org.