Talley Landscape Architects (TLA) created designs for a completely new community park utilizing Texas Parks and Wildlife Grant money.
The project scope includes a full-sized basketball court, a soccer field that meets the international standards of a football pitch (or soccer field in the US), a 54-foot diameter gazebo with an octagonal roof patterned after the historic Riverside Hall, a popular dance hall built in 1929. The park also boasts a sand volleyball court, a tree covered picnic area, and a butterfly garden. The main park area is connected by a loop trail to the San Bernard River where an outlook deck has been constructed among ancient oak trees. Interpretive signs explaining the active bird and wildlife populations in the area will be posted within the park.