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Tommy & Sue Brown Park

Admission Fee

For Pavilion Rental, please submit your request at the link below.

Other Link Pavilion Rental Request

Features

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