On June 13, 2015, the City of Kerrville hosted a formal ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the re-opening of Louise Hays Park and Lehmann & Monroe Park. The Park was closed for renovations that took nearly two years to complete.
Most recently, a public arts project was unveiled in Louise Hays Park which was a joint effort between the City of Kerrville’s Main Street Advisory Board, Parks & Recreation Department, Kerrville Public Utility Board, local architect David Martin and artist GiGi Miller.
Miller was commissioned to sculpt “Lupe” the Guadalupe Bass, using mosaic tiles created by local students and citizens. The unveiling and dedication of the project was held January 31, 2017. The City of Kerrville continues to find ways to enhance the park experience for residents and visitors to the area.
To find a park that fits your specific needs, visit the City of Kerrville’s website at www.kerrvilletx.gov and browse the Parks & Recreation section of that site.
- B.C. Richards Park: 421 Travis Street
- Carver Park: 820 Webster Street
- Cypress Park: 1501 Junction Highway
- Guadalupe Park: 700 Guadalupe Street
- Habitat Park: 1218 4th Street
- H-E-B Tennis Center: 801 Tennis Drive
- Kerrville-Schreiner Park: 2385 Bandera Highway
- Knapp Crossing: 1000 Knapp Road
- Lehmann & Monroe Park: 200 Park Lane
- Lois Park: 1500 Lois Street
- Louise Hays Park: 202 Thompson Drive
- Lowery Park: 217 Guadalupe Street
- Lytle Park: 600 Lytle Street
- Memorial Park: 1805 Memorial Drive
- Sample Park: 3400 Veterans Highway
- Singing Wind Park: 2112-2116 Singing Wind Drive
- Schultz Park: 1500 Glenn Road
- Tranquility Park: 202 Thompson Drive
- Westland Park: 200 Woodlawn
- River Trail: 150 Francisco Lemos Street.
Scott Schreiner Municipal Golf Course . . . . .830-257-4982
The Club at Comanche Trace (Membership) 830-895-8505
Riverhill Country Club (Membership) . . . . . .830-792-1143