South Park centers around four boys: Stan Marsh, Kyle Broflovski, Eric Cartman and Kenny McCormick. The boys live in the fictional small town of South Park, located within the real-life South Park basin in the Rocky Mountains of central Colorado, approximately a one-hour drive from Denver. The town is also home to an assortment of other characters, including students, families, elementary school staff, and other various residents. Prominent settings include South Park Elementary, various neighborhoods and the surrounding mountain range, actual Colorado landmarks, and the businesses along the town's main street, all of which are based on the appearance of similar locations in Fairplay, Colorado. As one of the few television programs set in the Mountain West region that takes place outside the urban core of Denver, South Park frequently features the unique culture of the region, including cattle ranchers, Old West theme parks, snowy climates, mountaineering, Mormons, real-life Colorado locations such as Casa Bonita and Cave of the Winds, and many other regionally specific characteristics.
Stan is portrayed as the everyman of the group, described in official media as an "average, American 4th grader." Kyle is Jewish, and his portrayal as one of the few such people in South Park is often dealt with satirically. Stan is modeled after Parker, while Kyle is modeled after Stone. They are best friends, and their friendship, symbolically intended to reflect Parker and Stone's friendship, is a common topic throughout the series. Cartman (as he is commonly referred to) is amoral and increasingly psychopathic, and is commonly portrayed as an antagonist. His staunch antisemitism has resulted in a progressive rivalry with Kyle. Kenny, who comes from a poor family, tightly wears his parka hood to the point where it obscures most of his face and muffles his speech. During the first five seasons, Kenny died in almost every episode before reappearing in the next with no definite explanation. He was killed off in the fifth season episode "Kenny Dies", being reintroduced in the sixth season finale. Since then, Kenny is depicted as dying sporadically. During the first 58 episodes, the children were in the third grade. During the fourth season, they entered the fourth grade, where they have remained ever since.
Jennifer Aniston, Richard Belzer, Natasha Henstridge, Norman Lear, and Peter Serafinowicz have guest starred as other speaking characters. During South Park's earliest seasons, several high-profile celebrities inquired about guest-starring on the show. As a joke, Parker and Stone responded by offering low-profile, non-speaking roles, most of which were accepted; George Clooney provided the barks for Stan's dog Sparky in the season one (1997) episode "Big Gay Al's Big Gay Boat Ride", Leno provided the meows for Cartman's cat in the season one finale "Cartman's Mom Is a Dirty Slut", and Henry Winkler voiced the various growls and grunts of a kid-eating monster in the season two (1998) episode "City on the Edge of Forever". Jerry Seinfeld offered to lend his voice for the Thanksgiving episode "Starvin' Marvin", but declined to appear when he was only offered a role as "Turkey #2".
This popular park can be hard to find. It is tucked in the south Danville neighborhoods just east of I-680. Danville South is a small park with a lawn area, play structures, swings and a small sand area.Large trees surrounding the area leave it nicely shaded in the mornings. Its fully fenced exterior isolates it, preventing toddlers from wandering off. There are benches and a table for snacks or lunch in the park.This park is perfect any time of the year: It is sheltered in the winter and offers some shade in the summer. Bathrooms at this park are portable.
The rain garden area packs a lot of features into a small strip of right-of-way. The pocket park islocated on the footprint of the former South Park Bridge and provides much-needed access forthe community to reach the river. It naturally filters runoff from the south half of the bridge andsurrounding streets, lessening demand on Seattle's stormwater collection system. It alsopreserves local history by featuring many salvaged parts from the old bridge and offers a view ofsome of the art elements incorporated into the project under the 1% for Art program. Finally,interpretive signs in the area offer information on the area's history, archeology, bridges, andother topics of interest.
The apartments offer a variety of choices including: one-bedroom, one-bath; one-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath; a variety of two-bedrooms, two-baths; and spacious two-bedrooms, two- bath, and den. Finishes include wood flooring, quartz countertops, tile backsplashes, and lovely fixtures. All apartments have open-concept designs with ample windows that brighten each home with natural light. We also offer underbuilding secured parking with valet services.
Take your time off to the next level in a community designed to give you everything you need to live your best life, right outside your doorstep. Cool off inside one of our two resort style swimming pools with stylish sundeck and lounge seating, or fire up the grill at the summer kitchen area and cook out with neighbors who feel more like close friends. Give your fitness goals a boost inside our 24 hour fitness studio or on our lighted tennis courts. Even your four-legged family members can get in on the fun with an on site dog park with agility course.
At LaVie SouthPark, thoughtful details and fine finishes gracefully meld traditional and modern luxuries throughout. With well-appointed community spaces, an elegant demonstration kitchen and meeting areas designed to foster relationships, LaVie SouthPark takes apartment living to a new elevation. Neighbors can lounge on the sundeck in our saltwater pool, stay in shape in our two-story health club, or take a walk through our four-acre tree preserve, which includes a two-acre dog park to let your four-legged companion run and play.
South Park Wildlife Habitat Management Area is eight miles south of Jackson on U.S. Highway 26/89. This 832-acre area is one of the several elk feeding grounds in the Teton and Hoback areas. The area was established in 1939 to reduce damage to private lands caused by elk. Approximately 1,000 head of wintering elk are fed here daily from horse-drawn sleighs four months of the year. At an elevation of almost 6,000 feet, South Park consists mostly of river bottom habitat along the Snake River. A small portion east of the highway is considered foothills. There are cottonwoods and meadows along the river. Besides elk, mule deer, moose, many songbirds, small mammals and fish also use this area. With the Snake River and Flat Creek winding through the area and more than 50 acres of wetlands, opportunities for viewing osprey, trumpeter swans, bald eagles, and waterfowl are excellent. If you like to hunt, opportunities for waterfowl are good, and hunting for elk is fair late in the season. Fishing opportunities are good to excellent for whitefish, brook and cutthroat trout. This WHMA lies within bear country, please visit our bear wise page for information on recreating in bear country - -in-Wyoming/More-Wildlife/Large-Carnivore/Grizzly-Bear-Management/Bear-Wise-Wyoming.Camping and open fires are not allowed on this property. Portions of this area are closed to vehicular traffic, providing excellent hiking and wildlife observation opportunities. South Park is closed to various activities each year from December 1 (12:00 am) through May 1 (6:00 am).
Yes, pets are welcome in our community. During the application process, we'll guide you through any policies, restrictions, associated pet fees, or additional pet rent. Our leasing team is also a wealth of information on local pet-friendly businesses, city parks, and off-leash areas near our community.
Description: South Park is one of our most developed parks located between Mirror & Shadow Lakes at the south end of Main Street. South Park (Upper) offers our largest shelter, grilling areas, restrooms, electric, water, playground equipment, picnic area, flower beds, sand beach area with supervised swimming, bathhouse, diving dock and kiddie dock. South Park (Lower) offers a small shelter house, electric, playground equipment, grills and picnic area.
South Park Animal Hospital was established in 1990 in southwest Shreveport. Our pets are important members of our family, and they deserve the best care and respect that can be given. We strive to treat your furry family member as if it were our own.
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