If you have plans to visit Clark during the upcoming long weekend, drop by the Air Force City Aircraft Park. If you have a toddler, I bet he/she will have a great time looking at the planes, and of course running around.
There is no entrance fee. Families are allowed to have a picnic on the grounds. Kids may bring their badminton rackets or freebie. You may also put on your running shoes if you want to burn some calories while you're there.
There is a parking lot for guests. Just be careful -- maputik pag-maulan and
baka mapuwing if it is windy.
There is a playground for toddlers.
These are some shots of the different aircraft displayed in the park.
Bawal pala akyatin or pumasok sa loob ng mg eroplano. Ooops.
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To be honest, the park is disappointing. I liked the idea of displaying the aircraft that once served our country but (1) there is no educational value. It would be great of they put aircraft name and descriptions, a little history - where was the aircraft used what are its achievements. (2) The aircraft display should be properly maintained. The surroundings are clean, but the airplanes are deteriorating.
My opinion is based on my visit last year. Have you been there recently? Let me know if they made changes or improvements.
Air Force City Aircraft Park
Andres Bonifacio Avenue, Clark Field, Angeles City