Park Amenities Activity Areas Basketball Court (at school) Playgrounds (at park and school) Fields – Practice Soccer (at school) Picnic Areas Non-Reservable Shelter Parkade Shelter Exercise Station (fitness cluster)
Park Amenities Activity Areas Basketball Court (1, full court) Pickleball Courts (2, on tennis courts) Playgrounds (1) Tennis Courts (2) Volleyball Courts (1, sand) Fields – Practice Baseball/Softballopens in … Continue reading Rock Quarry Park→
Park Amenities Activity Areas Basketball Court (1, full court) Playgrounds (1) Pond Outdoors Picnic Areas Non-Reservable Shelter (1) Smiley Park Shelter Trails Smiley Lane Park … Continue reading Smiley Lane Park→
Smithton Park is a neighborhood park located across the street from Smithton Middle School. The open field, leased from Evangelical Free Church, allows visitors of the park to practice baseball and softball. A 0.33 loop trail surrounds the park, and a nature trail cuts through the wooded area of the park. A playground with a rubberized ADA surface and non-reservable shelter are also in the park.
Park Amenities Activity Areas Playgrounds (3) Amphitheater Aquatics Water Play Areas Waterfalls (2) Lakes (11 acres) Fishing Lake (1) East side of boardwalk Non-motorized boating Swimming Lakes (1) Open May 1 to September 30 Unguarded facility, swim at your own risk Winter Sports Outdoors Children’s … Continue reading Stephens Lake Park→
The property that Strawn Park sits on was acquired to serve as a trailhead for the future Perche Creek Trail. Visitors come from all over the country to play the number one ranked public disc golf course, Harmony Bends Championship Disc Golf Course. Other amenities of this community park include a non-reservable shelter and scenic woodlands and creeks.
Park Amenities Activity Areas Playgrounds Hillcrest Community Center Jones House Outdoors Forested land Grindstone Creek Limestone bluffs Picnic Areas Reservable Facilities (3) Moss Building Waters House Waters-Moss Shelter Restrooms (open April 15 to Oct. 15) Trails Grindstone Creek Trail
Woodridge Park is a neighborhood park that features a premiere, inclusive playground especially designed for those with developmental and physical disabilities, while still serving able-bodied children. Park amenities also include a full basketball court, a baseball/softball play field, a soccer play field and hard-surface trail.
Formerly known as Old 63 Roadside Park, Sterling W. Wyatt Park was renamed in honor of Army Specialist Sterling William Wyatt, a former Shepard resident who lost his life while on patrol in Afghanistan. Park features include picnic tables, a historical marker and a scenic overlook.