It is official - Haltom City is one of the recipients of Texas Parks and Wildlife's 2021 Outdoor Recreational Grants. Out of 29 projects, 18 were selected and Haltom City was ranked #2!
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission approved more than $21.6 million in competitive local park grants to help fund projects that will create and enhance outdoor recreational opportunities like nature trails, native gardens, playgrounds, splash pads, dog parks and sports fields at 38 community parks state-wide.
More information regarding the awarding of these grants is linked below.
Please contact the instructor at the telephone number listed if you are interested in registering for any classes.
Students will learn the basics of ballet, tap, jazz, and tumbling.
Learn the art of Karate while building self-confidence, self-discipline and earn self-respect through the martial art form of karate.
Birdville Trails Park is a 6.8 acre Neighborhood Park featuring a 0.47 mile hike and bike trail, picnic pavilion, playground and restroom.
The city's largest park, Buffalo Ridge Park is an expansive 95.0 acre community park with a multi-use pavilion, playground, Haltom High School girls softball field, and several picnic areas and park benches. 3.0 miles of jogging/walking/cycling trails are contained within the park.
Located just behind the Recreation Center, Broadway Park is a 15.0 acre neighborhood park with a multi-use pavilion, two playground areas, three lighted youth ball fields, concession stand, restrooms, flag football field, youth football fields, picnic areas, tennis court, inline hockey rink, and a water sprayground.
Featuring a 0.37 mile walking/jogging trail, Haltom Road Park is a 9.0 acre neighborhood park with a small shelter, restrooms, playground, picnic areas and a baseball/football practice field.
Haltom Road Park is the site of our all-acess, handicap accessible playground, constructed 2020.
Haltom Road Park is also the site of the Haltom City Veterans Memorial, completed in November, 2017.
Little Fossil Park is a 10.0 acre neighborhood park with three tournament-quality softball fields. Little Fossil Park recently underwent a renovation, funded by the 2010 bond election. The renovations, completed in spring, 2014, also included:
North Park is a 45.87 acre community park that is shared with the Northeast Optimist Club. Haltom City maintains a lighted adult softball field, concession stand, restrooms, new playground equipment, picnic areas, basketball courts, and combined youth baseball and soccer practice field. North Park also contains an 18 hole disc golf course.
Parrish Road Park is a 0.3 acre neighborhood park with picnic area and playground equipment.
Pecan Park is a 4.94 acre neighborhood park with a multi-use shelter, playground equipment, practice ball field, picnic areas, restroom and a quarter-mile walking trail.
Revere Park features a walking trail, picnic pavilion and swings.
Located next to the Haltom City Senior Center, Sandy Oaks Park is a 4.11 acre neighborhood park with a playground, picnic area, unlighted practice fields, outdoor covered work-out equipment and a walking trail that circles the park.
Whites Branch Park is a 20 acre park that features two playgrounds, a water sprayground and a picnic pavilion. The sprayground utilizes a recycling water system that is also used for irrigation of the park grounds. A hike/bike trail will connect to Watauga and Fort Worth to the north. The trail connects with Buffalo Ridge Park to the south.
The sprayground operates between the weekends of Memorial Day and Labor Day.
5220 Denton Hwy.
Haltom City, TX 76148