Birds are drawn to the rock structure with recycling water gently flowing across several levels. A palisade-style viewing blind lets you observe the birds without disturbing them.
The Butterfly Garden is a raised garden bed for native pollinators planted in the form of a butterfly, just south of the Salado Creek Outdoor Classroom.
The tree-lined, award-winning dog parks are among the most popular attractions at Hardberger Park. The enclosed parks are divided so that small dogs and large dogs can run off-leash in their own areas.
The inspiration for Phil Hardberger Park can be traced to this majestic live oak, more than 100 years old.
Kids get active at Phil Hardberger Park's beautiful playscapes for children ages two to 12.
A 60-foot long steel structure perched high on a bluff, offering a place where visitors can take a break, reflect in nature and study the geology of the normally dry Salado Creek.
Many of the park's nature education programs take place in this outdoor classroom.
Get active and get fit, hiking and biking the trails at Hardberger Park.
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