Grand Opening of Chris Davidson Opportunity Park

Grand Opening of Chris Davidson Opportunity Park Main Photo

5 Oct 2020


The Chris Davidson Opportunity Park had its grand opening on October 3.

The “new” Chris Davidson Opportunity Park is an extraordinary park. After twenty-five years at its original location, the park has re-located to a 3.31 acre tract of land donated by The Henry Foundation adjacent to the Bush Tennis Center. The development of this universally accessible park will provide an active and meaningful experience that recognizes the individual strengths, dignity and abilities of all people. The new park is named after Jan and Steve Davidson's son Chris, who was diagnosed with muscular dystrophy at four years old.

With a promotional agreement, the MDC provided funds to help construct this inclusive, accessible park, where children of all abilities can play together. The MDC is pleased to see this park completed, and is proud to have played a role in its funding. We look forward to seeing families gather and children grow at this park in the years to come.

Learn more about the park here.