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Franklin D. Adams Park

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Franklin D. Adams Park is a small, neighborhood park that is a little over an acre. The park was named after Franklin D. Adams, who served on the Fenton City Council. The park is always open and has no entry fees. It is located at the corner of South Long Lake Road and Appletree Lane. There is a half court and basketball hoop, a picnic area, and a swing set.