This park is an ode to water conservation, complete with a rain garden, water cisterns, outdoor classroom, native plant life, educational signage, a green-roof pavilion, and more. A playground space is centrally located, and there are also restrooms within the pavilion facility. The historic, century-old Ghirardi Compton Oak Tree lives on the park property, a testament to the legacy of League City’s founders who planted oaks throughout the city.
Hours: Dawn to dusk
Located on the east side of League City, this nature park features a small pavilion, water cisterns, picnic areas, an outdoor classroom, a rain garden, a playground, and a bathroom.