It has some of the most spectacular views of downtown from the park's hill.
I think that the park, a very modern version of what an urban park can be around Chicago outdoors, is a very worthy way to remember Henry C. Palmisano.
Click here for my Sun-Times outdoors column today about the park, and its history and naming
The lagoon in the northwest corner is open for fishing, and used heavily.
This is a neighborhood park, but innovative enough that I think it is worth a trip for people who care about modern urban park space.