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Friends of Deckers Creek held a 'Final Reveal' of its Outdoor Learning Park to the public on Saturday.

The outdoor park is located behind the Kroger in Sabraton.

The park is set up to teach people about the watershed and give residents a place to just sit and visit. It includes three new educational signs and a new pavilion.

"Letting people know how important it is to have a healthy creek for the whole community. And of course to promote the enjoyment of it," said Liz Wiles, the Executive Director of Friends of Deckers Creek. "It's a great place to come and relax. You can sit along the creek, or just walk through the paths. Just have a great time."

Wiles said that the parks completion would not have been possible without the community's support and donations from local businesses.