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Trinder Square was originally a natural wide vlei/pond used for watering cattle and horses. The vlei has long since been filled in and today is used as a playground for children. Trinder was a family name of the merchants Joseph and William Smith who owned property nearby.
The 250 hectare Maitland Nature Reserve, which is accessed via the Seaview Main Road to Maitland River Mouth, comprises dense indigenous coastal forest, abundant birdlife, an old wagon road which leads to Maitland lead mines, a variety of small animals such as bushbuck, and blue duiker as well...
The 54-hectare tranquil Settler's Park, which lies along the banks of the Baakens River, is located in the heart of the city.
The newly laid out Van Der Kemp’s Kloof Trail starts at the historical Bethelsdorp Village (outside the Van der Kemp’s Kloof Church), the first missionary settlement in Port Elizabeth.
St George's Park, is the oldest park in Port Elizabeth and is situated within walking distance of the city centre.
Designed for children and adults alike, Happy Valley is ideal for family strolls in pleasant surroundings and offers a delightful fairy-tail and nursery rhyme setting of colored lights in the evenings. There are lily ponds, rockeries, gigantic palms and peaceful retreats in which to sit. A...