Gaston Park - Misamis Oriental Attractions

Gaston Park

Gaston Park is of historical significance. It was the site of a Spanish settlement. It eventually became an execution ground for Spanish criminals and turned later into a training ground for soldiers during the American occupation. After the second World War, the Japanese came to the site to plant cherry blossoms as a gift.


The park is named after the first mayor of Cagayan de Oro City, Segundo Gaston.



Cagayan de Oro City Website 

Events Related to Gaston Park

Golden Float Parade
Kagay'an Festival
Miss Kagay'an Pageant
Sakay-Sakay sa Lambago

Attractions Related to Gaston Park

Bonifacio Park
F.S. Catanico Falls
High Ridge
Kagay'an Resort
Macahambus Adventure Park
Museo de Oro
Photovoltaic Power Plant
Pueblo de Oro Golf Course and Country Club
Rizal Park
Saint Augustine Cathedral
Vicente de Lara Park