Linda Spurlock Park
Located in the heart of North Richland Hills area, Linda Spurlock Park is a popular park that provides visitors to get out and enjoy nature. The park itself is 6.5 acres, but includes two trail extensions for a total of 8.3 miles for runners, walkers, bikers and nature lovers alike to appreciate this North Texas gem. The trails are surfaced with mulch, crushed granite or decomposed granite which makes them perfect for strollers or wheelchairs as well.
The City of North Richland Hills also has another section of the park called the Cottonwood Creek Preserve which encompasses 180 acres on either side of Cottonwood Creek along both N Beach St & W Bedford-Euless Rd just south of Tarrant County College – Northeast Campus. This portion of the park has a natural setting and is used by the community for nature study, outdoor meetings or classes, bird watching, photography and running.
The open fields offer a place for soccer, flag football and softball games while the playground provides a place for children to play on swings or slides. Pavilions are available with electric outlets and water fountains are scattered throughout the park making it convenient for visitors on-the-go. There is also an athletic field that can be used for baseball & softball games as well as rock climbing walls located at Tarrant County College – North East which is just south of this gem of a park. A pond is located in the southern section of the park and is available for fishing during the Texas State Fishing License season.
All activities available at NRH Parks: soccer, flag football, softball games; playground equipment; Pavilions with electric outlets and water fountains; baseball & softball games; rock climbing walls.
All sections of NRH Parks: open fields for soccer & flag football as well as batting cages or rock climbing walls located at Tarrant County College – Northeast Campus which is just south of this gem of a park. A pond is located in the southern section of the park and is available for fishing during the Texas State Fishing License season.
This is a lovely park. There is a tiny duck pond. A few gazebos. Several swings, some of which are identical to porch swings facing the water. A new school merry go round has been added, as well as a large climbing structure that both teenagers and adults will enjoy. It’s an excellent all-around family park. There are camp-style toilets available, but bring your own hand sanitizer and toilet paper if possible.