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The City of Chandler provides for the upkeep of all three parks. The Chandler Parks and Recreation Board and City Administrator make recommendations to the City Council for any changes or additions to the Parks. Call Parks Director, Rick Ford, if you have any questions.
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WINCHESTER PARK Built in the early 90's and located on approximately 23 acres, Winchester Park is home to the Chandler Sports Association. Currently there are five lighted ball fields, 1 soccer field, two concession stands, restrooms, pavilions, new playground equipment, paved parking, a concrete lighted walking trail around the park with exercise stops, picnic areas.
MCCAIN PARK Built in 2005 with proceeds from an award won by Keep Chandler Beautiful. McCain Park is beautifully landscaped and contains a Museum, gazebo, flag pole, antique light concrete walking paths and benches. Future plans for the Park calls for the Chandler Historical Society to move the historical Train Depot to the park
RIVER PARK Located on the banks of the Neches River, the Park provides picnic areas, a kayak launch, nature trails and a boat ramp for fishermen. It is also listed as a designated Texas Paddle Trail.
Yes. The Grand Pavilion and Pocket Pavilion at Winchester Park. The gazebo at McCain Park is also available to rent. Call City Hall at (903)849-6853 for reservation and rental information.
Call Rick Ford, Chandler Sports Director, at (903)849-5930 or e-mail email@example.com if you need information.