Tyler Parks and Recreation

2000 West Front Street

Tyler, Texas 75702

(903) 531-1370

Bergfeld Park
Children's Park
City Park
Crescent Park
Douglas Park
Emmett J. Scott Park
Faulkner Park
Fun Forest Park
Gassaway Park
Golden Road Park
Herndon Hills Park
Hillside Park
Lindsey Park
Noble E. Young Park
Northside Park
Oak Grove Park
P.T. Cole Park
Pollard Park
Rose Rudman Trail
Southside Park
T.R. Griffith Park
Tatum Park
Tyler Rose Garden
W.E. Winters Park
Windsor Grove Park
Woldert Park
Park Guide

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Directory of City Parks

The City of Tyler is fortunate to offer its citizens more than 1,000 acres of parkland comprised of 30 parks and trails throughout Tyler. Within these parks there are playgrounds, athletic fields, walking trails, an amphitheater, tennis courts, multi-purpose courts and landscapes that help to lend an atmosphere of beauty and tranquility within a very busy urban environment.

Park Hours: All city parks, except Bergfeld Park and Hillside Park, shall be closed to the public between the hours of 12:01 a.m. and 6:00 a.m., and it is unlawful to enter a park or remain upon a park during hours when a park is closed. Bergfeld Park shall be closed from sunset to sunrise, with the exception of the lighted tennis court area wherein tennis may be played until 10:00 p.m. Hillside Park shall be closed from sunset to sunrise. Exceptions may apply when activities sponsored or sanctioned by the City Parks Department are in progress and for thirty minutes after the conclusion of such activities.

To learn more about each park, please click on the park name:


NORTH: Parks located north of Front Street
City Park 200 W. Queen A, H, I, K
Crescent Park 1560 Crescent Drive A, H
Fun Forest Park 2000 Forest Ave. A, B, C, D, G, H, I, L, M
Gassaway Park West Martha A, B, C, D, H, I
Goodman/LeGrand 624 N. Broadway Ave. A, C, R
Hillside Park 1111 E. Erwin A, B, C, E, H, I, K
Emmett J. Scott Park  1710 Confederate A, B, C, D, H, I, K
Oak Grove Park 1525 N. Carlyle Ave. A, H
T.R. Griffith Park 2930 N. Carter Blvd. A, B, H, I
Woldert Park & Glass Recreation Center  701 W. 32nd St. A, B, C, D, G, H, I, L
Northside Park 2301 WNW Loop 323 S
Senior Citizens Center 1915 Garden Valley Rd.  C
Tatum Park   34th Street and Carter Blvd  



CENTRAL: Parks south of Front Street and inside Loop 323
Bergfeld Park 1510 S. College Ave. A, C, G, H, M, N
Golden Road Park 2300 McDonald Road  A, B, C, D, E, F, H
Herndon Hills Park 2802 Brookhollow A, H, I, K
Noble E. Young Park 3125 Seaton St. A, B, C, H, I, J, K, O
Pollard Park 710 E. Amherst A, B, C, E, F, G, H
P.T. Cole Park 1001 S. Vine St A, B, C, D, G, H, I
Tyler Municipal Rose Garden & Center  420 Rose Park Drive A, B, C, R
W.E. Winters Park 910 S. Peach Ave. A, B, C, H, I, J, K
Windsor Grove Park 415 S. Lyons Ave. A, B, J
Children's Park 100 E. Dobbs A, J, N
T.B. Stewart Park 2713 Frankston Hwy. (Under Construction)
 Douglas Park  Douglas Street  A



SOUTH & WEST: Parks south and west of Loop 323
Faulkner Park 410 W. Cumberland Road  A, B, C, D, G, H, Q, J
Lindsey Park 12557 Spur 364 West A, B, C, D, E, F, H, I, T
Rose Rudman Trail  450 Shiloh Road A, B, C, J, B
Southside Park 455 Shiloh Road A, B, C, H, J
 Legacy Trail  W Cumberland / Old Jacksonville Hwy  J



A - Picnic Area F - Football Field K - Multipurpose Court P - Jogging Track
B - Shelter/Pavilion* G - Tennis Court L - Swimming Pool Q - Fishing Pond
C -Restroom H - Playground M - Sprayground* R - Museum
D - Baseball/Softball I - Basketball Court N - Amphitheater* S - Model Airplane Field
E - Soccer Field J - Hike/Bike Trail O - Skate Ramp T - Disc Golf


* The amphitheater, pavilions and sprayground may be rented for your next birthday party, family reunion or special event. For more information, please contact the Parks Department at 903-531-1370.
Gypsy Moth Survey


 Gypsy Moth Trap

The Texas Department of Agriculture is trapping for Gypsy Moths throughout Tyler as part of a survey. For next few months you may see a trap like the one pictured below in our park and around the area. The traps are unobtrusive and not harmful to humans or pets. We ask that if you come across one to leave it alone. It will be collected at the end of the survey. For more information, you can CLICK HERE to read the letter from the Texas Department of Agriculture. 

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