InTheZone, Huddinge. Photo: Peterspirea
|Location||Huddinge, Stockholm, Sweden|
|Surface||Pedestrian and bicycle path, Asphalt, Grass, Park|
|Trivia||tomtebloss' winner zone globally and in Sweden round 3.|
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Sjödalsparken is Huddinge's city park. The city plan for the park gained legal force in May 1961 and thereafter construction work began on the 2.7-hectare park. There has already been a recreation area here in the form of meadow land and later a sports field. Sjödalsparken is built around several circular park rooms that are lined with 42 willows. In the northern part is an outdoor stage. Within the park there are several benches, a playground and Pétanques courts. The park is mainly used for walks, sunbathing, ball games and play. During the summer, it is often used as a place for picnics and various cultural events are arranged in the outdoor stage. The park is also the site of jazz festivals, Huddinge Days and flea markets.
Reopening of Sjödalsparken
Huddinge's longest park sofa, a water lily pond with lighting, more swings and a wetland with exciting plant and animal life. These are some of the news when Sjödalsparken is reopened on November 27, 2021 - and for the first time since the 1950s, running water from Fullerstaån can be seen in Sjödalsparken.
- RailField (to the northeast)
- Tomtberga (to the east)
- Klockarparken (To the southeast)
- BoyesBacke (to the southwest)
- HuddTrain (to the west)