Hidden Gem Called Holliday Park
Holliday Park holds many activities for all ages.
Holiday Park may be smaller than Lions, however it still boosts several activities. It has two basketball courts that have lighting, so the dedicated players can be out late in the coolness of the evening. Horseshoe pits bring forth friendly competition. Two sand filled volleyball courts can be used for practice or just good ol’ fashioned fun. The park has tennis courts good for all ages, for the avid player or people just wanting to have a relaxing game of tennis with their friends.
Four covered picnic shelters make the perfect gathering spot for family or a company get together and they can be reserved for parties through the City of Cheyenne. With plenty of grassy space to run, all ages will be comfortable in the spacious areas. Two playgrounds allow for kids to enjoy the fresh air as well. There is a tree shaded walkway around a small lake for walking, running or bicycling around.
Situated by one of the entrances to the park is the Cheyenne Artist Guild that does allow for people to come in and view the featured works of art and they can always inquire about joining the guild if you are an artist; either paint, sculpture or photography.
One of 25 largest steam engine built by the Union Pacific Railroad, Big Boy, is a local historic celebrity in the park. Currently covered for restorations, visitors are still able to visit and read the history of Big Boy any time of the day.