Parks and Trails Guide

Whether you enjoy sports, nature, or just want to take the kiddos to a playground, Bedford has a park for you! 

Park Name Address Amenities
Bark Park 3200 Meadow Park Dr. Separate areas for small and large dogs, covered picnic tables, water fountains, doggie clean-up station, dog agility equipment
Brook Hollow Park 752 Rankin Dr. Playground, picnic areas, basketball goal, water fountains
Carousel Park 1100 Simpson Terrace Playground, regular and infant swings, rentable pavilion
Central Park 1201 Central Dr. Roy Savage Pool, full basketball court, playground, swings, grill, rentable pavilion, water fountains
Dewey Tennant Park 901 Monterrey St. Playground, regular and infant swings, picnic areas
East End Trail Park 3700 Hastings Place Walking/jogging path, water fountains
Generations Park at Boys Ranch 2801 Forest Ridge Dr. The Center recreational facility, outdoor water park, playground, rentable pavilions, ballfields, special events lawn, multipurpose field area, walking/jogging path around the lake, restrooms
Harris Ryals Park 2700 Cummings Dr. Playground, rentable pavilion, regular and infant swings, walking/jogging path, water fountains
Linear Trails   Trail for walking, running, or biking that follows the Oncor easement in northeast Bedford; trail end points are Woodpark Lane and Forest Ridge Drive
Meadow Park Athletic Complex 3200 Meadow Park Dr. Baseball/softball diamonds, soccer fields, Bark Park, picnic area
Old Bedford School 2400 School Lane Sparkling Ice Musical Pocket Playground, picnic tables, walking path
Stormie Jones Park 2700 Brasher Lane Playground, rentable pavilion, picnic areas, restrooms, regular and infant swings, soccer fields, volleyball court, walking/jogging path, water fountains

Pavilion Rentals

Pavilion rentals include Generations Park at Boys Ranch, Stormie Jones Park, Harris Ryals Park, Central Park, and Carousel Park. Each pavilion is $125 (plus an extra $20 for non-residents) for a six hour rental. Learn more and reserve a pavilion.

Help Us Maintain City Parks

Although crews inspect City parks on a regular basis, litter or vandalism may occur, or additional maintenance may be necessary between visits. The next time you visit one of the parks and notice anything that needs attention, please report it to the Parks and Recreation Department by utilizing the Parks Maintenance Request form.