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Christoval City Park

The tree-covered grove near the South Concho River that came to be known as City Park has for centuries served as a gathering spot for Civil War veterans and West Texas residents, artists, and visitors. The updated and renovated Christoval City Park will be a welcoming community center and respite from the summer heat with shade from towering oaks and professionally designed permanent structures.

Located along the Texas Fort Trail, the large green space surrounded by a ¼ mile walking trail near the South Concho River creates the perfect outdoor classroom that invites students young and old to embrace history, better understand the natural environment, and engage in organic learning. 

Being at the busiest intersection in Christoval, its location and thoughtful design promise to establish a magical place that welds Christoval’s past to its bright and promising future.





Entertainment Pavilion

With a covered stage for community, school, and special events, the structure will include lighting and electricity with space for seating and dancing.

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Picnic Gazebos

Charming, covered spaces for family outings, with concrete floors, picnic tables, benches, and barbeque pits.

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The play area envisioned for City Park will serve the needs of 5-12 year olds. The equipment features a state-of-the-art multi-level tower surrounded by rubber safety surfacing.

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Family Pavilion

The Family Pavilion will provide the perfect venue for a special gathering whether it is a birthday, reception, family reunion or church picnic.

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Outdoor Classroom

The Outdoor Classroom is a space to interact with the natural world through play-based and multi-sensory activities and enhance the quantity, quality, and benefits of outdoor experiences!

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Giving City Park Christoval a face-lift will help shape residents’ perceptions of the community with an entrance that introduces guests to the space inside and hope for things to come.

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Legacy Walk Pavers

Designating a paver in the Legacy Walk is the perfect way to show family and friends how much they mean to you while supporting efforts to have quality recreation space for residents.

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Legacy Walking Trail

The ¼ mile multi-use trail and border fencing around the perimeter of City Park will provide safe and healthy opportunities for walking, running and connecting with neighbors.

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Your Help Is Needed!

We hope you agree that parks are critical to having an enjoyable, thriving community…much like great schools and churches. Parks bring people together, being part of the undefinable glue that makes a community not only a “place”, but your hometown.

If you agree to the benefits of having children enjoy a multi-faceted park with adults spending quality family time…even seniors who enjoy strolling under the heavily-treed space, please help realize this exciting vision.

To realize this new play and entertainment space, funds are needed. Unlike the project to make improvements to Pugh Park, we’re relying on organizations and state agencies who offer grants, and most importantly, “friends of the park” who contribute private funds.

We hope you agree that parks are a critical aspect of a thriving community. Please join your neighbors to help fund improvements and by rolling up your sleeves to sustain the park, long-term.

Hope to see you soon…spinning on the playscape or around the pavilion dance floor.