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  • Parks
    • Allenside Park
        • Where Felix holds a funeral service for Sarah and where the German is killed in Season 1 episode 2 Instinct.
    • Beavertail National Park
        • After leaving Alison's house, Helena spends several weeks in the wilderness, before returning at just the right moment, saving Donnie from a Neolutionist by putting an arrow through his head. (Season 4)
    • Big Holes with Beer National Park
        • After Paul Bunyan and Babe was drunk in a park they created big holes that they filled with beer. The park was after that called for Big Holes with Beer National Park. (Episode Simpsons Tall Tales)
    • Bradley Park
        • Park in Carl's neighborhood that has become dangerous since he's been gone. (Season 1 episode The New and Improved Carl Morrissey)
    • Cherryhurst Park
        • Leslie shows Allison pictures of Cherryhurst Park, one of Pawnee's greatest accomplishments. (Season 6 episode Prom)
    • The City Park
        • Seen in various episodes, including The Tick vs. El Seed and Tick vs. Dot and Neil's Wedding.
    • Clay Hill Glen
        • Park, location of the quarantine zone in St. Louis. (Season 1 episode Respect Your Purpose)
    • Copernicus Park
        • Skateboarding park in Eureka. (Season 5 episode Friendly Fire)
    • Dayton Grove Park
        • Park considered for spree shooting as part of Christie Labs' plan to frame Grant. (Season 1 episode not slow not bad)
    • Echo Canyon Recreational Area
        • There are four main peaks that make up the White Mountains. Mount Everett is the big one, the most popular one, and the home of the Echo Canyon Recreational Area. Next largest is Planck Peak. That's where Grandaddy Dobie's cabin is located, about halfway up. The other two – Bohr Peak and Mount Kaku – are about the same size, maybe two–thirds the elevation of Planck Peak.
    • Five Corners
        • Roadside attraction where five U.S. states come together, parody of Four Corners, where Utah, Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico meet. (Season 6 episode Itchy & Scratchy Land)
    • Forrest Hills Park
        • Park in Hawkins where Nancy tells Barb to meet her. (Season 2 episode Chapter Three: The Pollywog)
    • Free City Harbor Park New record added 11/1/2021
        • Park in Free City where Guy and Millie get ice cream and swing.
    • Griffith Park
        • Episode Robin Hood of Griffith Park. The Clampetts pay a $10 million tax on their castle in England, turn the place over to the staff, and leave for home.
    • Haven Dolphins Swim Club
        • Scene of accident in Season 1 episode 10 The Hand You're Dealt.
    • Hugo Chavez Park
        • When Pawnee's sister city in Venezuela donates $35,000 for Leslie's park, the suggested name is Hugo Chavez Park. (Season 2 episode Sister City)
    • Jade Park Botanical Gardens
        • Garden in The Pearl, located on the 100th floor, the highest botanical garden in the world.
    • Jebediah Springfield Park
        • Homer and Marge attend a Springfield Pops concert. (Season 6 episode The Springfield Connection) Site of the Annual Policeman's Picnic, and the Annual Mafia Picnic. (Season 9 episode King of the Hill)
    • Jellyroll
        • Park, play on Yogi Bear's Jellystone, which is a play on the real Yellowstone (Season 1 episode I, Duckman)
    • Lafayette Park
        • A small park on the line between Pawnee and Eagleton. Eagleton puts up a fence around their side to keep Pawnee residents out. (Season 3 episode Eagleton)
    • Maggie Beckett Municipal Park
        • On the world where Maggie's counterpart was a famous astronaut, Oak Park in Fresno, California was renamed to Maggie Beckett Municipal Park. (Season 5 episode The Return of Maggie Beckett)
    • Municipal Swimming Pool
        • Where the Breadmaster mixes the ingredients for his giant city swallowing soufflé. episode The Tick vs. The Breadmaster.
    • Oak Park
        • On the world where Maggie's counterpart was a famous astronaut, Oak Park in Fresno, California was renamed to Maggie Beckett Municipal Park. (Season 5 episode The Return of Maggie Beckett)
    • Paradise Park
        • Sign seen behind Norman Mart in presidential campaign advertisement.
    • Pawnee Commons
        • Park Leslie wants to build. Leslie: "If I could sum up the Pawnee Commons in one word, it would be: Dynamite. Dynamite stands for daring, youth-friendly, natural, amazing, merry, inviting, tourist attraction-y, and eco-friendly." (Season 5 episode Emergency Response)
    • Pawnee National Park
        • New national park Leslie creates with land generously donated by the Gryzzl corporation. (Season 7 episode One Last Ride)
    • Pilgrim Park
        • Nantucket park mentioned in Season 7 episode The Lady Vanishes.
    • Riverfront Park
        • Park in Seattle featuring one of Jordan Collier's 4400 fundraiser events. (Season 2 episode Suffer the Children)
    • The Secret Elephant Playground
        • Kind of like the mysterious Secret Elephant Burial Ground, but for elephants to play instead of die.
    • Snowball II Municipal Cat Park
        • After Snowball II saves Homer from a fire, Mayor Quimby names a park after her, sponsored by Buzz Cola with Lemon. "Damn, that's a lemony cola" (Season 14 episode Old Yeller-Belly)
    • Springfield Nature Preserve
        • Nature preserve in Springfield where the Simpsons discover the new Springfield Speedway racetrack. "Outdoor sex by permit only" (Season 11 episode Alone Again, Natura-Diddly)
    • Springfield Park
        • Park in Springfield.
        • Bart goes the park to play with his friends when he gets tired of being inside with Homer when the women travel to Baby Seal Beach to help clean up the oil spill. (Season 8 episode Bart After Dark)
        • Lisa and her Mensa friends dress up as famous historical figures and go to the park. (Season 10 episode They Saved Lisa's Brain)
        • Homer and his friends visit the park. (Season 14 episode 'Scuse Me While I Miss the Sky)
        • The Simpsons visit Springfield Park to find it has gone downhill. Marge suggests a carnival to save the park, but there's already one in progress. (Season 16 episode Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass)
        • Lisa listens to "Italian for Italian-Americans" audio tapes on a bench in Springfield Park. Phrases include, "I plan to dump this body in the ocean" and "This is what you get for asking questions" (Season 17 episode The Last of the Red Hot Mamas)
    • Stansfield National Park
        • Where Duke discovers that his brother Wade is a serial killer in Season 4 episode 7 Lay Me Down.
    • Taubeneck Park
        • Frasier's cousin Nikos' fiancee's family is rich and famous (Season 5 episode Beware of Greeks)
    • Veteran's Park
        • Park where Bart and Lisa and their friends play Cowboys and Indians. "In honor of some veterans"(Season 6 episode Bart's Girlfriend)
    • Winger Park
        • Park considered for spree shooting as part of Christie Labs' plan to frame Grant. (Season 1 episode not slow not bad)
    • Woodland Park
        • Episode Double Parked. Neighborhood park threatened by the planned construction of a courthouse on the site. The Brady children play baseball and volleyball there. The park is saved when Mike suggests building the courthouse on the city dump.

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