People tend to check in during these times:
What's up with the statue? Why does D.C. celebrate emancipation with a statue that celebrates 19th-century racism? http://washingtoncitypaper.com/articles/19522/statue-of-limitations/
The only tip is to enjoy yourself... especially if with the kids on the playground.
I walk through this park often on the way home. It's more for young children and animals.
Go after 7 or so and ogle the dogs. Also the statue of Lincoln makes me v uncomfortable, what about you?
great place to exercise
Great spot for running laps.
Don't forget to pick up some wine at P&C and flowers at Surroundings!
Leash your animals! They eat picnics!
i like this park
Great place to bring your pup!
Stop by after work for a puppy party in the park.
When you see the park police, leash your dog
Run a couple laps around the park!
Yes, great place for dogs, but also a fixture amongst the hill families after school and on weekends. North playground for smaller kids and south for less small kids, not really for kids over 10yo.
This place so makes me want a dog.
Look out for Park Police(?) citing and/or warning people about not keeping dogs on a leash.
Great place to let the dogs loose :-)
The dog count goes up with the temps
check in next 24 hours from 12/20/09 for park bench encapsulated in a snow fortress..
Lincoln park is doggie happy hour!
bring your dog to enjoy the park
Avoid the dog doodoo.