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Phoenix Mountain Park

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Great place to exercise and run around

Lots of fun for kids on good days. There are paths everywhere, an exercise area, two lake areas... read more

Reviewed 9 May 2017
Tokyo, Japan
Overlooking the reincarnated city

The Phoenix Mountain Park is nestled by the large South Lake, like a couple holding hand-in-hand... read more

Reviewed 15 August 2014
Will Z
Ankeny, Iowa
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  • Very good36%
  • Average26%
  • Poor0%
  • Terrible0%
9 May 2017
“Great place to exercise and run around”
7 Sep 2016
“Eve opening visit”
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Wenhua Road, Lubei District, Tangshan 063000, China
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Reviewed 9 May 2017

Lots of fun for kids on good days. There are paths everywhere, an exercise area, two lake areas, and boats with laser guns and target buoys. Watch out for smokers, people spitting everywhere, and people throwing trash here and there. The toilets are extremely public...More

2  Thank Traveler000090
Reviewed 7 September 2016 via mobile

Girlfriend had been here before. Said I would like it, and I did. Great displays and photography. Lots of great items for sale. Neat things for kids. Purchased a handmade turquoise ring. Volunteers who run visitor center contacted artist who lives on the North Rim...More

Thank don w
Reviewed 15 August 2014

The Phoenix Mountain Park is nestled by the large South Lake, like a couple holding hand-in-hand showing their beauty and charisma. It does tell how the city recovered from the devastating disaster. However, the Mountain itself doesn't quite live up to its name; it looked...More

Thank Will Z
Reviewed 30 July 2013

On the eastern side of the hill among among trails and rock mounds there is a large artifical log, and a kisok. Here, during normal hours you can enter a sort of bunker complex for 10 yuan. Perhaps built in the Cold War, they now...More

1  Thank StephenfromNZ
Reviewed 23 September 2012

Go there at night, otherwise its just a really depressed hill with a lot of sad plants and dust. Again, a lot of young couples seem to seek out the park in order to have some "privacy". Walk up if you are staying in the...More

Thank Marcus K
Reviewed 12 July 2012

Anytime of day, this is a cool spot. In the morning or evening are people dancing, singing or laughing. In the winter you can catch some hockey games on the little pond of even skate!

1  Thank jchan264
Reviewed 20 April 2012

This park is popular (especially older) exercising. Climb to peak to view city

Thank tbh66
Reviewed 4 October 2010

It is on the corner of Wenhua and Beixin Roads, and is a free and healthy way to see the city. The best view of the city can be had from the pagoda on top of the hill which takes about 30 minutes to ascend...More

3  Thank StephenfromNZ
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