For two educational trips in high school, Q Park was in our itinerary. In those visits, we enjoyed the peacefulness of the place and the activities we’ve done there like tree-planting and hiking.
If you’ve heard of Q Park and somehow not yet convinced if it’s worth a visit, here are some other cool reasons to check the place out.
The 41-foot statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary
The owner of Q Park, the Quisumbings devote the construction of the park to God and Virgin Mary. Burn fats while taking the 100+ stairs to the statue.
They have Stations of the Cross for Holy Week.
Over ten thousand pilgrims go to Q Park during lent
Images of Philippine heroes and some facts about them are displayed in Heroes hill to educate Visitors while enjoying the scenery.
Find your way out of their Labyrinth
Perfect for soul-searching and retreat.
Location: Q Park is in Barangay Buluan, Canamocan and Tubigan Compostela.
It’s open from 8 AM to 5 PM.
Note that there is no entrance fee although it would not be so easy to reach the place without a private vehicle.