Parks & Trails

NRH Parks & Trails System

With over 800 acres of parkland, North Richland Hills makes the Nature Right Here accessible to everyone. The picnic pavilions provide the ideal setting for a family gathering or company picnic, while all of the natural areas offer a retreat from a busy and hectic world. Enjoy a soccer or baseball game on one of the many athletic fields or teach a child to fish at one of the fishing ponds. With so much to see and do, NRH parks are the perfect destination for the entire family. Plan a family outing and visit one of the many beautiful parks in North Richland Hills today! 

The development and ongoing maintenance of our NRH Park & Trail System is funded by a voter approved half-cent sales tax for park development.

North Richland Hills Community Parks

Community parks are our larger parks, with restroom facilities and plenty of parking. Click on a park image below to see a list of each park's amenities, location and more information. (*The dog park does not have restrooms, but is adjacent to Northfield Park that does.)

Park Weather Safety

Perry Weather System   -  A new outdoor weather warning system is in place at six NRH Parks & Recreation facilities to signal to athletic leagues and other parkgoers when lightning is near.  These systems DO NOT take the place of the City’s larger outdoor warning sirens, but enhance public weather safety notifications at specific high-use park locations.  

Adventure World Playground

Adventure World Playground

Cross Timbers Park

Cross Timbers Park baseball field

Green Valley Park

Green Valley Pond

Linda Spurlock Park

Linda Spurlock Park playground

Northfield Park

Northfield Park Playground

Richfield Park

Richfield Park ballfields

Tipps Canine Hollow Dog Park*

Tipps - Dog standing

Walker's Creek Park

Walkers Creek Park Softball

North Richland Hills Neighborhood Parks

Neighborhood parks are smaller parks intended for nearby residents to walk or bike to. They have no restroom facilities and limited parking. Click on a park image below to see a list of each park's amenities, location and more information. 

Ace Park

Ace Park chess table with mural in background

Clyde Zellers Park

Clyde Zeller Park Playground

Common Ground Garden

Common Ground Community Garden sign

Dolce Plaza

Dolce plaza

Dr. Pillow Park

Dr. Pillow Park mission and playground

Faram Park

Faram Park Pavilion

Fossil Creek Park

Fossil Creek Trail Sign

Founders Park

Founders Park playground

JB Sandlin Park

JB Sandlin Park roses

Kay Granger Park

Kay Granger Park art

The Lakes at HomeTown

HomeTown Lakes Fountain

Legacy park

Legacy Park Playground

Liberty Park

Liberty Park playground

Norich Park

Norich Park Playground

Stormy Plaza

Weather Professional 04

Tommy & Sue Brown Park

Tommy and Sue Brown Park disc golf

North Richland Hills Trails

Click on a trail image below for a description, location and more information. 

No Motorized Vehicles Allowed

Just a friendly reminder that there are no motorized vehicles allowed on any of our NRH Trails per NRH City Ordinance 3166, section 62-11 (m) (2). If you see or hear unauthorized motorized vehicles on the trails, you are encouraged to contact the NRH Police Department non-emergency line at 817-281-1000, or 911 if it is deemed an emergency situation.

Bedford-Euless Road Greenway

Bedford Euless Trail Integrity Sculpture

Calloway Branch Trail

Calloway Branch Trail two walkers

Cotton Belt Trail

Cotton Belt Trail Cyclist

Fossil Creek Mountain Bike Trail

kids on fcmbt in front of entrance

JoAnn Johnson Trail

JoAnn Johnson Trail

John Barfield Trail

Barfield Trail cyclist and runners

North Electric Trail

North Electric Trail

Randy Moresi Trail

Randy Moresi Trail

Walker's Creek Trail

Walkers Creek Trail runners