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  • Lime Street Park: A community icon

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  • Editor’s note: This is the first in a series of reports profiling park sites in Hesperia, launched in honor of Parks and Recreation Month during July.
    HESPERIA — The first park built after the Hesperia Recreation and Park District was established in 1957 was Lime Street Park, initially offering a rodeo arena and a ball field.
    The park continues to be the center of recreation and leisure-time services to the community. It is centrally located at 16292 Lime St. in Hesperia and offers a wide variety of recreational programs and activities to the community.
    In addition to the district programs offered at this site, the park is home to many of the community’s youth sports organizations’ programs.
    The newest addition — built in August — is a skate plaza.
    The Lime Street Park Community Center has been a hub for community events, activities, programs and resident special-occasion celebrations over the years.
    Administrative buildings include the district’s administrative offices, a community center and Mojave Rooms, a program office and a program center.
    Facilities include a playground, a pool, a half-court basketball court, the skate plaza, four ball fields, two tennis courts and a group picnic area.
    For more information about programs, activities and events offered by the Hesperia Recreation and Park District, go to www.HesperiaParks.com.
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