A rock structure with recycling water gently flowing across several levels. A palisade-style viewing blind lets you observe the birds without disturbing them.
Take a stroll through the park and visit all of its many places.
The Phil Hardberger Park Urban Ecology Center, the city's first public nature center, contributes to a wealth of knowledge about our environment and the interaction of plants, animals and humans with each other in urban settings. PHP West
The tree-lined, award-winning dog parks are among the most popluar attractions at Hardberger Park. The enclosed parks are divided so that small dogs and large dogs can run off-leash in their own areas. PHP East & PHP West
Kids aged two to 12 get active in the playgrounds in both sides of the park. The playscapes have a variety of equipment that encourage the development of motor skills while kids play, as well as rubberized ground cover for safety. Picnic areas and parking are nearby. PHP East & PHP West
The Heritage Homestead site includes the 1920's main house, the original 1800's stone house, the restored dairy barn, a detached garage, a cistern and windmill. PHP East
The classroom and trailhead serve as a place to learn about ecology and urban agriculture and sustainable technologies. PHP East