The Navotas Centennial Park is a waterfront park in Philippines. A well known running, walking and skating spot among neighborhood inhabitants, the recreation center keeps running along the waterfront from the R-10 Bridge to the Navotas Bus Terminal, simply off Circumferential Road 4 in Bagumbayan North. The recreation center was opened on January 16, 2006 amid the festival of the 100th Founding Anniversary of the region of Navotas. It was based on the site of a previous waste exchange station amid the term of Mayor Toby Tiangco who portrayed the venture as "junk transformed into gold.
The park is fixed with palm trees and light posts, and has a few grandstands close to the recreation center's passageway confronting the Manila Bay. It additionally includes a two-way slope and a stock room worked in 2014. The recreation center hosts heart stimulating exercise and taebo sessions on ends of the week and is additionally a well known setting for open air shows. In February 2017, the Navotas City Government in organization with the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority propelled a carless end of the week program and assigned the Navotas Centennial Park as a family zone where inhabitants and guests can appreciate the outside as a network free from contamination and vehicular movement.