Wright Park is also located within the limits of the City of Baguio, Philippines. It is at the eastern part of the city and fronting the main gate of the Mansion. Its main features are a shallow elongated rectangular body of water known as the "Pool of Pines" and the park circle which is on one end of the park.
The Tall pine trees and decorative street lights line both sides of the access road beside the pool. There are times that you will find at the park some Igorots dressed in their native attire and regalia who are willing to pose for a photograph just for a few bucks. I also got myself one of the Native handicrafts that are also sold at the Mansion end of the park by a few Igorot peddlers. One of the laughing matters with my friends was when we rented ponies. It is said to be a favorite among children and adults as well. It is charged hourly with an affordable price but it is worth a penny.
If a simple stroll & a horse back ride is what you seek, Wright Park is the place to be.
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