Witten Park

Named after one of the most significant sculptors during the late Goth period in Saxony, Witten Park is home to 3.4 acres of recreational area, walking trails and unique public art sculptures.

Witten Park features public art sculptures by known artist, Dale Enochs. He created Rolling Rhythm specifically for the Saxony Community, which is found at this park.

Witten Park was named after Hans Witten who was famous for his "tulip pulpit" created for a cathedral in Saxony, Germany.  He specialized in stone and wood carving.

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