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Crestview Park

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Area  less than one acre
NRHP Reference #  86003583
Built  1933 (1933)
Crestview Park
Location  Crestview and Cherry Hill Drives, North Little Rock, Arkansas
Part of  Park Hill Historic District (#00000935)
MPS  Arkansas Sculptures of Dionicio Rodriguez TR

Crestview Park is a small neighborhood park in North Little Rock, Arkansas. It is roughly bounded by Cherry Hill Drive, Crestview Drive, and the westbound onramp to Interstate 40 from Arkansas Highway 107. The park, set on a steeply sloping parcel, has no major amenities, and was established for passive recreational uses of the nearby population. The park is notable for the presence of two naturalistic sculptures by Dionicio Rodriguez that were installed c. 1933. One is a footbridge that appears to have been fashioned out of a fallen tree, and the other is rustic shelter, one of Rodriguez' more unusual works.

The artwork within the park was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.


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