parkland

[pahrk-land]
noun
1.
a grassland region with isolated or grouped trees, usually in temperate regions.
2.
wooded or verdant land for recreational use by the public; parklike terrain.

Origin:
1905–10; park + land

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parkland (ˈpɑːkˌlænd)
 
n
grassland with scattered trees

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Example sentences
But trying to predict how the new fence would affect the vast zebra herds that rely on that expanse of parkland was no easy task.
The game-ranch acreage is more than double the amount of land formally protected as national and provincial parkland.
The park spans a slender transition zone between the northern boreal forest and the southern aspen parkland.
The majority of these are located on parkland, but some require a bit of hiking to reach.
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