The new Consuelo Park aims to provide a space for relaxation, reinvigoration, well-being, and enjoyment to all those who visit. With its eco-trails, 600-person capacity amphitheater, gazebo, bamboo grove, and Japanese bridge over a koi pond, this community park is also envisioned to heighten social inclusivity and environmental responsibility.
Named after the matriarch of the Lopez family that was a catalyst for both industrial growth and environmental advocacy, and who has exemplified grace, serenity and generosity throughout her lifetime, the Consuelo Park is also a nod in appreciation to the thousands of women in FPIP who have significantly contributed towards these causes. The park honors mothers and women alike, and stands as a symbol of their unique nurturing abilities, providing space for relaxation, reinvigoration, well-being and enjoyment to all those who visit.
Consuelo Park is open to the public for casual leisure and available for bookings for events and prenuptial shoots.
A view of Consuelo Park’s eco-trails