CIty Parks & Facilities
Corner of West Pearl Street & North Park Street
City Park is the local park with multiple facilities and a large playground area built by the Optimist Club. There are outdoor basketball and sand volleyball courts available to the public for their enjoyment. Throughout the park are small walking trails. There are restroom facilities at the pavilion near the playground area and during the summer months the pool concessions stand is open to park patrons.
The Pearl Street & Crossland Street Pavilions are large shaded facilities located near the playground, soccer fields, and softball/baseball fields. They can seat approximately 100-150 people each and may be reserved for parties or special events. Attached to Pearl Street Pavilion are restroom facilities.
The City Park Baseball/Softball Complex consists of three softball fields, a youth baseball field (Pony), a coach pitch baseball/softball field (Pinto), and a tee ball field (Shetland). All fields have lighting capabilities. Concessions are available during most activities.
The Granbury Parks & Recreation Soccer Fields consist of two regulation size soccer fields with lights and six small to large soccer fields. Granbury Soccer Association hosts two large soccer tournaments annually.
Located in the park are both a sand volleyball court and a basketball court.
301 North Park Street
The Dana Vollmer Municipal Swim Center is a public pool facility named after Dana Vollmer, a local 2004 Olympic gold medalist. The 4,280 square foot pool has a 196,000-gallon tank ranging from 4 to 12 feet deep. The pool has a twisty slide to enjoy. There are six - 75 feet swimming lanes with starting platforms for competitive swimming. It is open to the public during the summer months. Swim lessons and parties are available to the public during the summer.
400 North Houston
Shanley Park is a beautiful landscaped area with fountains, pathways, and bridges in the historic downtown area. It surrounds a winding creek and is located directly behind City Hall. The park is used for concerts, festivals, photographs, and weddings throughout the year. At Christmastime, it glows with many lights and beautiful decorations.
505 East Pearl Street
The City Beach is located in the heart of town on Lake Granbury. The beach includes a Splash Park, kayak rentals in the summer, and thatched roof picnic pavilions. The City Beach is within walking distance to the historic downtown square where there are many places to eat and shop
600 West Moore Street
This 1.5 acre facility is fenced in with obstacles for the dogs to run and play on. There is a designated area for both large and small dogs.
Amenities include: water for patrons and dogs (excludes winter months), as well as benches and picnic tables with both sunny and shaded areas available.
1081 Crossland Road
At approximately 6,000 square feet, the Granbury Skate Park is designed for enjoyment by skaters of all ages and skill levels. The design takes the general shape of a triangle, consisting of three plaza lanes and a fully encapsulated bowl. The center of the triangle is a large landscaped area. The plaza elements include several rails and ledges, a 4 stair set, bank to bank and a quarter pipe. The skate park bowl has three pockets with depths from 3.5 feet to 5.5 feet. The metal skate park coping blends into concrete at the shallow section, allowing skaters to roll in to begin their runs.
550 North Travis Street
The Jim Burks Firefighters Memorial Park is a place dedicated to the memory of those lost in the line of duty and honors all those serving or who have served. The park offers a moving statue of a lone firefighter. Just past the firefighter memorial is a firetruck playground suitable for children of all ages. Picnic tables are provided for families to enjoy the scenery and special atmosphere of the park and lane.
Memorial Lane's purpose is to expand the Jim Burks Firefighters Memorial Park, and honor all those who serve as firefighters, law enforcement officers, first responders, and military personnel, from both past and present.
Within the law enforcement section, there is a statue of a young girl with her head bowed, holding a folded flag, entitled "Tears For The Fallen."
The military section is enriched with the figure of a service dog bowing at the Military Cross for fallen military, entitled "Homage To A Compatriot."
Rucker Street & North Brazos Street
The Lambert Branch Park is a small community park located at Rucker Street and North Brazos Street containing a fishing pier and small playground. The park has a large and flat opened space for recreational activities and events. Several picnic tables are located throughout the area.
Pearl Street/Business Hwy 377
The City of Granbury’s boat ramp facility is conveniently located on the north side of Business Hwy 377. Three accessible boat ramps for public use with two docks, a lighted parking area, a cleaning station and restroom facilities.
From Granbury City Hall to the Regional Airport
The Moments in Time Hike/Bike Trail was built in 2006. It is an 8’ wide concrete trail traversing 2.93 miles from the Granbury City Hall to Regional Airport. Parking locations and restroom facilities are located along the trail. Along the trail, there are plaques dedicated to historical people (James Burton Burks and the Thrash Family), places (Comanche Peak, Ice House, Legion Hall, and Brazos Drive-In Theatre) and facts (Stick Horse Factory) of Granbury.
600 West Moore Street
The course is on a beautiful piece of land that is 32 acres with hills, creeks, natural draws and three ponds that all come into play from the alternate tees. One of those is a 275-300' shot directly across the widest part of the biggest pond. There are both open and wooded holes.
621 East Pearl Street
Located across from the Granbury Resort and Conference Center and the popular City Beach, Hewlett Park features children’s play areas, a public fishing pier, ample parking, covered picnic areas as well as a covered pavilion area, which can be reserved for your outdoor event.