A new look


Spring visitors to Tawawa Park will see a very different Aschenbach Grove. All the original mature trees in the grove have been replaced by young trees that are positioned more randomly than the distinct rows of the previous grove. “Binkley Pavilion” was added to the Aschenbach Grove sign. A porta-potty has been placed nearby and a sign with some history on Big Rock has been placed next to the path back to Big Rock. The path to Big Rock has also gotten a fresh layer of crushed rock.

Spring visitors to Tawawa Park will see a very different Aschenbach Grove. All the original mature trees in the grove have been replaced by young trees that are positioned more randomly than the distinct rows of the previous grove. “Binkley Pavilion” was added to the Aschenbach Grove sign. A porta-potty has been placed nearby and a sign with some history on Big Rock has been placed next to the path back to Big Rock. The path to Big Rock has also gotten a fresh layer of crushed rock.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Spring visitors to Tawawa Park will see a very different Aschenbach Grove. All the original mature trees in the grove have been replaced by young trees that are positioned more randomly than the distinct rows of the previous grove. “Binkley Pavilion” was added to the Aschenbach Grove sign. A porta-potty has been placed nearby and a sign with some history on Big Rock has been placed next to the path back to Big Rock. The path to Big Rock has also gotten a fresh layer of crushed rock.

Spring visitors to Tawawa Park will see a very different Aschenbach Grove. All the original mature trees in the grove have been replaced by young trees that are positioned more randomly than the distinct rows of the previous grove. “Binkley Pavilion” was added to the Aschenbach Grove sign. A porta-potty has been placed nearby and a sign with some history on Big Rock has been placed next to the path back to Big Rock. The path to Big Rock has also gotten a fresh layer of crushed rock.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2022/04/web1_SDN042722TreesRemoved.jpgSpring visitors to Tawawa Park will see a very different Aschenbach Grove. All the original mature trees in the grove have been replaced by young trees that are positioned more randomly than the distinct rows of the previous grove. “Binkley Pavilion” was added to the Aschenbach Grove sign. A porta-potty has been placed nearby and a sign with some history on Big Rock has been placed next to the path back to Big Rock. The path to Big Rock has also gotten a fresh layer of crushed rock. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News