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Parks & Recreation
The North Richland Hills Parks and Recreation Department offers a wide variety of facilities, activities, parks and open spaces to enhance the city’s sense of community and the quality of life for our citizens.

NRH features more than 800 acres of park land, 34 Parks, Facilities and Trails and 30 miles of hike and bike trails. Additionally, the city offers many athletic opportunities, community events, public art pieces and cultural arts programs. 

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The NRH Trails Video highlights the over 30 miles of trails that connect to parks, neighborhoods, local businesses and city facilities! Check out the video and then check out the NRH Trail System.


TPW logoMany of NRH Parks and Facilities are made possible by grant assistance from Texas Parks and Wildlife. North Richland Hills is a proud partner with Texas Parks and Wildlife and these programs help to build new parks, conserve natural resources, preserve historical sites, provide access to water bodies, develop educational programs for youth, and much more.


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Vision Statement
A healthy, happy and connected community, where everyone matters.

Mission Statement

The mission of the North Richland Hills Parks and Recreation department is to provide the community with innovative and high quality programs, parks and facilities, service excellence and life enrichment. 


Parks & Recreation Administration
Vickie Loftice
Managing Director of Community Services
817-427-6620
Email

4301 City Point Drive
North Richland Hills,
Tx 76180
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Notice: Sectoion of John Barfield Trail Closed Sept. 14-15 for Maintenance
The John Barfield Trail will be closed on September 14 and 15 from Rumfield Road to Kirk Lane. This closure is necessary to perform maintenance work. We apologize for the inconvenience and the trail should be open on September 16.