Branch Brook Park is a county park of Essex County, the largest, public park in the city. The park is home, many, significant structures, is noted for the largest collection of cherry blossom trees, was in size. The area had served as an Army training ground during the American Civil War. Commission hired the Olmsted Brothers firm to redesign the park in 1900. The Cherry Blossom Festival attracts 10,000 visitors, each April. Statues dedicated to sports figures Althea Gibson in 2012, Roberto Clemente. The photo is at the heart of the latest sex scandal. Essex County Parks Commission was created making Branch Brook Park in 1895, the first, public county park. Bridges have undergone rehabilitation work to remove graffiti. The bridge is a stone arch design with a rustic granite masonry. Clemente compiled 3,000 hits for a career batting average.
County park of Essex County, Largest, public park in the city, Home, Many, significant structures, Size