Search billions of records on Ancestry.com
   

                    
Search Engine for the Gazetteer

   Search this site      powered by FreeFind
 
 

                     

PECAN CREEK PARK

                   office1.jpg (33125 bytes)        

Pecan Creek Headquarters

      sign1.jpg (55325 bytes)  

Pecan Creek Headquarters Sign

On 14 November, 1987, Pecan Creek Park was dedicated. A seven-year project of the Woman’s Council, Pecan Creek Park extends for 10 blocks --12 acres-- along Pecan Creek. The park included trails, six clear span arch bridges, three cameo recreational areas, multi-purpose pavilions, playground equipment, and picnic areas. The park headquarters was located in the oldest commercial building in Hamilton, a restored stone building which originally was a grist mill on Pecan Creek. Included in the project were Schadler Meadow--featuring playground equipment, picnic areas, and restrooms, north of the municipal swimming pool; Park Plaza--pavilion, specially-designed lighting for night-time use, south of park headquarters; and Schrank Park--pavilion, restrooms, hillside slide, swings, and picnic area.

 

 

Home ] Up ] PECAN CREEK PARK PICTURES ]

Home ] Up ] PECAN CREEK PARK PICTURES ]


People and Places: Gazetteer of Hamilton County, TX
Search this site powered by FreeFind

Copyright © March, 1998
by Elreeta Crain Weathers, B.A., M.Ed.,  
(also Mrs.,  Mom, and Ph. T.)

A Work In Progress