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Tommy & Sue Brown Park


  1. BBQ Grills
  2. Benches
  3. Bike Rack
  4. Disc Golf
  5. Drinking Fountains
  6. Foot Bridge
  7. Horseshoe Pits
  8. Multi-Purpose Practice Field(s)
  9. Pavilion
  10. Picnic Tables
  11. Playground
  12. Practice Backstops
  13. Public Art
  14. Washer Pits

About the Park

Tommy and Sue Brown Park is a 22.5-acre neighborhood park with a wetland preserve. It opened in 2005 and was named for former North Richland Hills Mayor Tommy Brown and his wife. The park features a playground, disc golf course, shaded pavilion with picnic tables, practice fields, open space play areas, and walking trail. 

The park is home to a massive hand-carved limestone sculpture titled Monument to Nature by artist Eliseo Garcia. The four-sided sculpture incorporates images of nature, wildlife, and humanity.

About Tommy & Sue Brown

Wetland Preservation

Park System Map

Art in Public Spaces