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Parks

Boys Ranch Park & Activity Center

This 68-acre city park is the jewel of the Bedford Parks system. The park has a small urban lake with a spray fountain, a 4/10th of a mile jogging path around the lake, three youth baseball fields, three youth soccer fields, two sand volleyball courts, 6 lighted recreational tennis courts and the home of Bedford’s “Splash”, a premier aquatic facility. The “BRAC” offers classrooms for rental use, a fitness room, restroom and shower facility, a game room and a common entry for the pool and center. In addition, there are picnic tables, grills, two practice soccer / baseball fields and three covered pavilions. Other features include security lighting around the lake, a physically challenged playground, shuffleboard court, a swing set by the large pavilion, fencing around the soccer fields, a roller hockey court and a fishing pier. Click to Find More Info»

Meadowpark Athletic CompleX

This 11-acre park features two 300-foot softball fields with lights, warning tracks and electronic scoreboards, a full service concession stand and two youth soccer fields. Other features include two covered awnings, the Parks Department’s Tree Farm, new play structure, fencing around the soccer field and windscreens for outfield fencing. Click to Find More Info»

Bedford Trails / Linear Park

This 32-acre linear park, which follows the T.U. easement in Northeast Bedford, has a 1 – 1/2 mile jogging / walking trail, new playground equipment, shaded areas and a physically challenged playground. Features include water fountains, a swing set, security lighting and a large pavilion. Click to Find More Info»

Brook Hollow Park

This 9-acre park in Southwest Bedford is home to physically challenged playground equipment, a small basketball court, a large open space, practice soccer field and picnic areas. Features include security lighting and two water fountains. Click to Find More Info»

Central Park

Wooded area, houses and Pennington Stadium surround this small 5-acre community park. There are picnic tables with grills, a physically challenged playground, a small covered pavilion and one sand volleyball court. Features include security lighting and two water fountains. Click to Find More Info»

Monterrey Park

This small 1/2 acre residential park in South Bedford, located just North of Pipeline RD., has a small play structure/equipment, picnic areas and plenty of shade. Click to Find More Info»

Carousel Park

This 1 acre community park has plenty of shade trees, a physically challenged playground and several play structures/equipment. Click to Find More Info»

Stormie Jones Park

Wooded areas & houses surround the 13 acres of this secluded community park. Some of the features of this park include a 1/2 mile walking / jogging trail that is within the boundaries of the park, an exercise unity, picnic areas, restrooms and plenty of trees. This park is also the home of our two “premier” lighted soccer fields. Features include one small pavilion, one volleyball court, security lighting and two water fountains. Click to Find More Info»

 

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