Kenana Park is the largest in Haskovo. This park is considered to be a kind of green lungs of the city and a natural barrier against harmful emissions of the industrial enterprises Neohim and Volcano, located 15 kilometers north of Dimitrovgrad.
The park covers an area of more than 236 hectares and is located northwest of the city. It was designed by architects Atanasov and Dzhubeliev between 1955 and 1970. Most of the park’s area (about 70%) is occupied by mixed forests: here you can find oaks, ash, wild cherries, lindens, as well as cedars, pines, spruces and sequoias planted after 1969. The average age of the trees in the park is approximately sixty to seventy years.
On the territory there is an artificial reservoir, along the promenade of which there are benches, playgrounds and sports grounds. Visitors may also be interested in the swimming pool, spa, cozy restaurants, and tennis courts.
Nevertheless, the developed infrastructure will not prevent you from relaxing in the lap of nature and fully enjoy the birdsong and cool shade of trees, while not breaking away from the benefits of civilization.