Again nice park to honor Kerouac, a native son, & nice that it is in the downtown area, though again, the city needs to maintain, which they are taking car eof now!
I used to love this park. It's is beautiful and really pays tribute to Kerouac really well. However, recently the park has become overloaded with addicts and homeless people. But, then again, he was an addict himself....
I love this park, right at the edge of downtown. I have been here several times for various events such as the Food Truck Madness for the Lowell Food and Wine Festival. The benches and walkways were nicely kept and its large enough that you can roam around. Lowell is full of sites that have a lot of history behind... 更多
That would be about rightly suited for Kerouak himself. The granite slabs with engraved poems on them are nicely laid out, and it is located near some canals that are part of the walking tours in town. Some of the slabs are starting to chip around the bottom, and the place could have used a little cleaning up, but it... 更多
It took some time for the city of Lowell to get around to actually horror Jack Kerouac - for a long time he was considered something not to brag about - sort of like a crazy relative. it took time and a little perspective to decide that he was a very gifted writer and he deserved to be celebrated -... 更多
This isn't a plastic for at nifty but what parks are anymore it's just maybe a place to smoke a cigarette and have a quick bit of fresh air.. it's green it has character and people shouldn't think it's going to be some huge state park or think they won't see a few less desirables it's not feasible and I'm... 更多
Kerouac park is a small green space with a monument to Kerouac. It has had its share of issues but has improved greatly even since last summer. Police have upped patrols and cameras are being installed. It is a good spot for little ones to ride bikes and scooters.
The monument is entirely well suited to sitting in the rain sharing a bottle of cheap wine with the homeless and beat. It's more "Dr Sax" than "On The Road", more suitable for Lowell than for Big Sur.