Kay Granger Park
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- Multi-Purpose Practice Field(s)
- Multi-Purpose Trail
- Picnic Tables
- Practice Backstops
- Public Art
About the Park
Kay Granger Park is a 5.33-acre neighborhood park located at Mullendore Elementary School and named for Congresswoman Kay Granger. The park is available for public use after school hours and on holidays. There is a shaded pavilion with benches and tables, a playground with swings, practice fields, open play areas, and a walking trail.
This park also has an art installation titled Wilder Interactive Sculpture by artists Carol Lynn Wilder-Enge and Charlotte Lindsey. This whimsical sculpture group is made of cast concrete. Three stools and two curved walls with peepholes provide visual interest to the park's landscape.