A baseball game at the park
Reverchon Park is a public park in the Oak Lawn area of Dallas, Texas. It was named for Julien Reverchon.
The park lies along
Turtle Creek, a tributary of the Trinity River. Its main entrance is at Maple Avenue and Turtle Creek Boulevard.
Features [ edit ]
Reverchon Park is 46 acres (0.19 km
2) in area, and offers around 40 leisure and recreational program for citizens, including health screenings, tutoring, athletic leagues, yoga, volleyball, and after-school programs. The park also is home to baseball fields, basketball courts, and tennis courts. [1 ]
A playground in the park, accessible to children of all abilities, was designed by the Texas Scottish Rite Hospital, the
American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, and the City of Dallas. [1 ]
A section of the
Katy Trail, a recreational rail trail, runs adjacent to the park. It connects to parks of the Trinity River Project.
Southern Methodist University baseball existed briefly at the ballpark from 1977-1980, before the baseball program disbanded. [2 ]
References [ edit ]
Sources [ edit ]
"Southwest Conference's Greatest Hits," Neal Farmer, c.1996
External links [ edit ]
Coordinates: 32°48′01.12″N 96°48′47.06″W / 32.8003111°N 96.8130722°W