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The Christmas Tree Cake sculpture has been a fan favorite at the new Little Debbie Park in Tennessee.

If you’re a huge fan of Little Debbie Snack Cakes, a new public park in Collegedale, Tennessee is for you!

The City of Collegedale partnered with McKee Foods – the maker of the delicious snacks we all love – to create a traditional public greenspace park, with playgrounds, and some incredibly unique sculptures.

Swiss Rolls, Christmas Tree Cakes and Oatmeal Pies, Oh My! The Park absolutely has life-sized sculptures featuring the snack cakes.

We wanted to share some progress photos of Little Debbie Park! Construction has come along way since our last post! 🚧Thankfully the Christmas Tree Cake has not been eaten.🎄

Posted by City of Collegedale - Government on Thursday, June 8, 2023

Five years in the making, the scrumptious playground features several swingsets, an inclusive playground, benches, block seating, and picnic tables.

“As a city, we couldn’t be more excited about the opening of Little Debbie Park,” Morty Lloyd, mayor of Collegedale told Fox 17. “This imaginative space will allow children to play and families to enjoy quality time together. Little Debbie Park will be a wonderful addition to the existing green space in the Collegedale community.”

Check out one Tik Toker’s tasty tour (say that ten times fast!) of the delightful park:

According to News Channel 9: “McKee Foods bought the property from Southern Adventist University, with the stipulation that the land be donated to the City of Collegedale for use as a park designed with people of all capabilities in mind and including open green spaces for the community to enjoy.”

So if you find yourself out in Collegedale, make sure to enjoy some life-sized Snack Cakes at the park for us!

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