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Quechan Nation welcomes community to $1.2M nature park
Posted: Thursday, May 5, 2011
The Quechan Nation celebrated the opening of Sunrise Point Park, a nature park on the Arizona portion of the reservation.
The park is called Anya-Nitz-Pak in the Quechan language. The $1.2 million project features a lake for swimming, fishing, two ramadas, a plaza, an amphitheater, and an Elder Village.
The tribe began work on the park in 2008. Funds came from the state of Arizona, the city of Yuma and the
Bureau of Reclamation
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Quechan Nation celebrates grand opening of Yuma's latest park
(The Yuma Sun 5/5)
Quechan Nation receives grant for nature park
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