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The park is 44.2 acres dominated by a meandering lagoon that surrounds a central island. Narrow paths follow the outline of the lagoon and five foot bridges cross over the lagoon at various locations. Loose-branched trees and shrubs give the park a natural, unplanned feeling.
The oldest structure in the park is a modest Prairie style restroom building built in 1909 near the western edge of the park. Five foot bridges in the park were built between 1912 and 1959. The Thornton Avenue Spillway is an excellent local example of a Rustic style bridge. It was built in 1936. A park shelter built in 1958 is slated for replacement, and the arched steel suspension bridge was built in 1970.
The Yahara River Parkway, also a locally designated Landmark, extends from Tenney Park to the southeast and connects with Lake Monona.