I just wish it was still summer. It was in April when me and my kids went to La Mesa Ecopark in Quezon City. I heard so much about it and our stroll there was my first time. The entrance fee is P40 for Quezon City residents and P50 for those who are not.
|You will be greeted by these wooden signages. I am surprised that the Butterfly Farm signage is not there anymore. I found out later that La Mesa Ecopark management closed it.|
|We went there on a weekend so expectedly, there were many visitors.|
Going up and down the stairs of Shell Flower Terraces helped me flex some muscles!
|La Mesa Ecopark is a haven for photography enthusiasts, especially those interested in flower macro. I lost count of how many kinds of flowers there were!|
|With these beautiful flowers and lots of trees, La Mesa Ecopark is indeed a forest in the city. :)|
|That was Gabby and Sunday's first time to ride a horse! And they weren't afraid! |
I was the one who was nervous for them! Fee: P50.00
|I wish there were more play areas there. The playgrounds of Quezon Memorial Circle were more in number and better in quality.|
|At first I was hesitant on letting them lie on the picnic ground. But seeing that there were wash areas and remembering that I brought hand sanitizer and extra clothes, I let them enjoy nature!|
|La Mesa Ecopark is a joint project of ABS-CBN Bantay Kalikasan, MWSS, the Quezon City Government, and ABS-CBN Foundation. Seeing this collected plastic wastes, I cannot help but admire ABS-CBN's ecological advocacy.|