Chisholm Park – Hurst, Texas
Established in 1969, Chisholm Park is the City of Hurst’s largest park, covering 50 acres. Located in North Hurst at 2200 Norwood Drive, Chisholm Park offers many opportunities for fun. Swimming, fishing, or watching the area youth athletic team sports are just a few of the amenities available at Chisholm Park. The park is open daily from 6 a.m. – 10 p.m. Pets should be on a leash at all times and are not allowed inside the gates at the Chisholm Park baseball fields or the Chisholm Aquatics Center.
Chisholm Park has 3 pavilions available for rental to the public, the Tejas, Longhorn, and Bluebonnet. Each pavilion comes equipped with 8 picnic tables and a grill. All pavilions are under the jurisdiction of the Hurst Parks and Recreation Department and may be reserved on a space-available basis by individuals, organizations, and churches.
Amenities include 50 Acres, Aquatics Center, 4 Lighted Youth Baseball/Softball Fields, 2 Lighted Outdoor Basketball Courts, 2 Playgrounds, 3 Pavilions, Pond with Fishing Island, Picnic Tables, 1.5-mile Jogging/Walking Trail System, Fitness Course, Group Shelter, Concession/Restroom Building.
Park Pavilion Rentals
All pavilions are under the jurisdiction of the Hurst Parks and Recreation Department and may be reserved on a space-available basis for a fee of $50.00 per time slot, per pavilion. A refundable cleaning/damage deposit of $100.00 is required on all reservations. The park pavilions can be used for activities such as company picnics or family reunions.
Reservations may be made in-person or over the phone at the Recreation Division Administrative office during regular business hours (Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.) We will accept online pavilion reservations beginning June 1.
*At this time Aquatics pavilions are only available by phone or walk-in. Rental fees are due in full at the time of reservation.
Chisholm Park Family Aquatic Center
The City of Hurst utilized Dunaway to evaluate the existing facilities at Chisholm Park for the development of the Chisholm Park Family Aquatic Center. Our team provided aquatic programming and conceptual development for a new $7 million family aquatic center to replace the existing pool. Dunaway led a multi-disciplinary team to design this unique aquatic facility with four distinct pools:
- A family beach with an aquatic play structure
- A tot pool
- A 400-foot-long lazy river
- A deep water diving pool
Additional play features include a 30-foot water slide tower with family water slides and a large playground. Mature trees frame the facility and provide shaded picnicking areas for families, while a variety of pavilions and fabric structures accommodate groups of any size.