You’d be sad too if
a car was parked on you
Parking spaces come in different shapes and sizes. The Memphis Zoo has parking, but it fills up quickly. After the Zoo’s parking lot is FULL of cars, they have an alternative parking area. Do you know where that is? It’s in the Park! WOW! Can you imagine? They want you to park your car on grass and dirt and dust and bugs on public property. You know what’s nutty about that? They still charge you to park there even though it is not their property. Do you know what Clint Eastwood would say about that? We don’t know exactly either, but it would be poignant and intimidating. But, it would be something along the lines of Don’t Do It. Look how sad the Park is with all the ruts the cars make. You can hear it scream in agony as vehicles drive over its face. Here is a list of things you are killing by parking on the greenspace in the Park.
Around the Zoo in Overton Park are plenty of FREE spaces to park in. Then park has both security and police patrols. You can park on any of the designated streets absolutely free. And these parking spaces are just a small, good old fashioned, American family walk away from the entrance of the Zoo.And if these spaces are full the Zoo just happens to be in the middle of one of the coolest, most historic, most awesome, most accommodating, friendliest, safest neighborhoods in town… The Evergreen Neighborhood. See the map for other perfectly free and wonderful spaces to place your car.