One of the national parks the family usually visited is the Quezon City Memorial Circle. Quezon City is the former capital of the Philippines and this national park housed a mausoleum containing the remains of the second president of the Philippines, President Manuel L. Quezon and his wife. This national park is so big and visitors can do lot of activities inside. One of our favorites here is biking. You can bring your personal bikes with you or you can rent different sizes of bikes inside. Bike rentals rates depends on the size and the number of hours you want to rent it. You can explore the park and have a sort of exercise too while biking. Also, there are playgrounds and free spaces for visitors to play volleyball and other outdoor activities. Another favorite feature here is what they called "Concert in the Park" where people can watch concerts and performances for free. There are also several food chains inside but you can also bring food and drinks with you.
The park is so huge and the family usually has great time visiting it, a place of outdoor activities and relaxation for all the members of the family.