There are two basketball courts. The courts are outside and available during normal park hours. No fee or reservation is required.
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.
Golden Age is an art installation by Anne Wallace. The work was inspired by the history of the land that is now Phil Hardberger Park.
Kids get active at Phil Hardberger Park's beautiful playscapes for children ages two to 12.
Since 2009, 13 acres of native grasses have been planted near the beginning of the Oak Loop Trail, restoring the land from dairy farm to savanna.
Two open fields provide the perfect place to fly a kite, play a pick-up game of your favorite sport or just run around.
Get active and get fit, hiking and biking the trails at Hardberger Park.
Built of limestone and other materials native to the park, the $6.3 million PHP Urban Ecology Center includes 18,600 square feet of recreation and education space.
From just an ephemeral pool of stagnant water and mud emerges a wetland area that now treats polluted surface water runoff before entering a natural drainage.
The PHP Wildscape Demonstration Garden serves as a teaching garden to showcase native Texas plants to our community.
Donations are used to develop and improve the park to better serve the community.
Become a member and help us improve our park today and in the future. We need your support.
Let us know where you would like to help and we will put you to work with other volunteers.
Open Sunrise to SunsetSeven days a week
PHP Conservancy (210) 492-7472Special Events (210) 207-3053