Craig Regional Park

Craig Regional Park is an idyllic 124-acre sanctuary known for its rolling hills, mature trees, and serene lake since 1974. This park, a transformed oil field, now boasts three year-round creeks, a rose garden, and a landscape that radiates tranquility and natural beauty. With shaded walkways, picnic tables, and benches throughout, it offers a perfect blend of leisure and scenic beauty.

The park caters to a range of activities with its open spaces, shaded areas, and recreational facilities including baseball, softball fields, a sports complex with basketball, volleyball, and racquetball courts, as well as horseshoe pits. The three-acre lake, a haven for migratory waterfowl, also allows fishing for catfish and bluegill and model sailboat launching. With six picnic shelters, two group areas, and tot lots, Craig Regional Park is a favorite for family outings, bird-watching enthusiasts, and sports lovers alike.