- ADA Accessible
- Picnic Areas
- Picnic Tables
Orchard Park offers a lighted asphalt surface trail for walking/jogging that is ADA compliant with measured distances. The pond was created to assist with drainage issues and picnic tables, grills, and benches offering citizens a great place to spend with family. The park is dominated by beautiful pecan trees, some that are over 70 years old. Orchard Park also offers a lectern and seating, great for an outdoor classroom.
No motorized vehicles allowed on track under penalty of $250 fine plus damages.
Distance for Walkers
One (1) full lap equals approximately 1,852 feet
Three (3) laps around to equals 1 mile and 276 feet
Five (5) laps around equals 1.75 miles
Ten (10) laps equal 3.5 miles
Orchard Park is home to the "Mayor's Mansion" erected on March 12, 2010. This 26 apartment 3 story purple martin house. The Mayor's Mansion is set to house purple martins, a bird species that migrate from Brazil to North America and Canada. Purple martins are colony dwellers, which means they live as a group in one dwelling or house with many nest compartments. While traveling north in the spring they establish new colonies and also return to the old housing to breed, raise their young and eventually migrate back to Brazil for the winter season.