Specifically, the amphitheater, pavilions, and fountain were restored, while the basketball court was fitted with covering and stands, and the children’s rides and dog-walking area were revived. Meanwhile, the damaged asphalt covering and bridges were rehabilitated and a bike path was constructed.
Overall, 356 trees and 60 bushes, along with other plants, such as mulberry, cherry-laurel, and red maple, were planted in the park. Meanwhile, order is maintained by a new video surveillance system, with the lighting kept on until late at night.
The park’s attractive environment and diverse entertainment options bring in numerous visitors every day. In particular, children and teenagers especially enjoy its extreme sports area, with a skate park and so-called “snail walls” (for rock climbing), but people of any age or persuasion can find something fun to do in this popular park.