Ray Harral Nature Park & Center

This beautiful park is located on 40 acres. Enjoy 3 miles of gravel and paved walking trails, 2 picnic shelters with tables, charcoal grillers, flowering gardens areas, rough nature areas and park benches. Ray Harral Nature Center was opened in July 2009. It features many hands-on exhibits, live animals, a classroom and a deck with a view of the woods. The park covers 40 acres and includes a Nature Center, three miles of trails with different trail grades, park benches, picnic shelters with tables, pollinator garden, outdoor classroom, suspension bridge, and more. The Ray Harral Nature Park can be found off of Tucson Street (121st Street), west of Lynn Lane, behind Childers and Spring Creek Schools. It also includes a Nature Center, 3 miles of trails with varying trail grades, park benches and two picnic shelters with tables. You will find 40 acres of beautiful parkland you can explore to your heart’s delight at the Ray Harrell Nature Park.

There are many activities in the park, including shunning flower gardens, walking and jogging trails, and picnic areas.

You can even ride a suspension bridge to enjoy the stunning views in this beautiful setting.

These walking trails cover more than 3 miles so you can walk around the entire area if you feel up to it.