I've always thought that QCMC was quite inaccessible because there was no underpass before and one had to cross the dangerous road just to get to the park. Well, unless you have a car. And I don't have one. So I was surprised when I saw a lot of people in QCMC today. Like any other park, the Circle is very family-friendly. Bike rentals, tiangge and food stalls are plentiful. There are also plants for sale. We rented a trike for P100/hr but didn't really enjoy it because bikes aren't allowed to get out of the "bike area", which is pretty small. Fifteen minutes into the ride and we already returned the trike. I was also planning to take some rides and to try the zip line but due to the heavy rain, these areas were closed.
QCMC activities: food trip, jog with friends, walk with your dog, play frisbee or badminton, or practice your dance number for school :) If you've been to UP Diliman during weekends or to Luneta and you like it there, you'll also love QCMC. They all have the same aura :)
Our expenses for this 2-hour [food] trip:
Taxi ride to Quezon City Circle
Hotdog on stick
Mang Juan chicharon
Rest room fee
Taxi ride home