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Parque Fluvial Renato Poblete

Costanera Sur Poniente
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Santiago's Newest Water Park Quinta Normal  Chile

Santiago's Newest Water Park

The newly opened Parque Fluvial Renato Poblete was once a garbage dump and squatters’ before the nearly 50 acres were taken by the government and transformed into this handsome park. Dividid into two areas, “El Cauce” (The Channel) is 17-acre flood plain with three water mirrors. The second, known as “Brazo del río” (River’s Arm), covers 32 acres and boasts a lagoon formed by the Río Mapocho, now a place for water sports. Like in most Chilean parks there are soccer fields and a cycling path that belongs to part of a circuit covering over 20-miles and multiple neighborhoods. On the weekends, Santiago families congregate here under the sun for a pinic.

Tuesday to Sunday, 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Avenida Presidente Balmaceda 2800, near Costanera Sur, Quinta Normal
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