La Salle Granada Eco Park, An Oasis in Bacolod City

Have you been to the La Salle Granada Ecological Park in Barangay Granada, Bacolod City?

The La Salle Granada Eco Park is a perfect place for you to relax, commune with nature, banish your stress away and feel refreshed and renewed.

It is also a good place for family bonding, get together, picnic together, eat together, amidst nature.

The La Salle Granada Ecological Park is one of my favorite places, an oasis in the highly urbanized city of Bacolod. It is a nature park, a swimming pool, a butterfly sanctuary, a picnic ground, a children playground, and many more.

 The Eco Park is about 16 kilometers from the Kilometer Zero in the Provincial Capitol Lagoon and Park. It is part of the 55 hectares University of St. La Salle (USLS) Granada campus. It is accessible by public transportation.

It took the USLS administration 12 years to plan and develop the USLS Granada campus, including the Eco Park, which was opened to the public on December 8, 2010, the Feast of Immaculate Concepcion.

The Eco Park is open to the public, like students and teachers, professional societies, civic organizations, non-government organizations and corporations which they can use for different occasions and purposes, like company, group and family outings, recollections, retreats, picnics, field trips, and many more.

For the family, children will enjoy swimming, roaming around, watching butterfly, and even walking in the canopy of the trees.

The Eco Park also features cabanas, picnic huts, fishing lagoon, camping and picnic grounds, campfire ring, and many other facilities for leisure and relaxation.

The best way to appreciate the Eco Park is to go there and experience relaxation, bonding, and leisure. And be refreshed and renewed.

Comments

  1. Louis Cardinals says

    I’m not that much of a online reader to be honest but your blog post on Eco Park and the pictures made me appreciate it. Cheers

  2. Betty d says

    It’s actually a great and helpful piece of info. I will visit La Salle EcoPark when I’m in Bacolod one of these days. Thanks for sharing.

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