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Parks and Recreational areas have been established by constitutional mandate and public laws to ensure that prime spaces under public land were maintained for community purposes and activities. Along with such acres developed exclusively for public recreational purposes, the neighboring vicinities have increased its land value by 100%, causing developers to race and retain private acres for hotels and other developments. These sureties assure private companies the potential to expand creating a booming economy in the CNMI.

A parks and recreation system is the pride of the Commonwealth being that public be given full access to enjoy nature at its best, availing opportunity to visit historical sites, structures and beaches that are significant to the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (Saipan).

To enhance the quality of life in the CNMI by providing exceptional parks and recreation experiences while preserving significant natural and cultural resources and its economic stability.

The Division of Parks and Recreation oversee many facilities all around the island ranging from pavilions by the beach to sport complexes. Below is a list of our more popular facilities. Explore each site by clicking on the link to access their locations on Google Maps.

* For information on a site not listed below, please give us a call at (670) 322-9830/34.

Micro Beach Pavilion

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Fishing Base Pavilion

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13 Fishermen

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Oleai Beach

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Kilili Beach Pavilion

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San Isidro Beach Park Pavilion (Laly 4)

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San Antonio

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Obyan Beach

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Marine Beach

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