Clayton W. Chandler Park, Mansfield
This morning we headed to Chandler Park for their grand opening, and got a quick peak at all the park has to offer!
Located next to the restrooms, the first splash pad in Mansfield, is a fun place to keep cool in summer!
The Splashpad will be open daily from 8am-8pm until Labor Day, then 8am-8pm on weekends through September!
There are two playgrounds, one for younger children, and one for those older.
Serve up some fun on their 3 tennis courts!
During the Grand Opening, the Mansfield Area Tennis Association offered children 10 and under a chance to learn the game! Click HERE to visit their website for more fun upcoming activities.
The courts are FREE, first-come basis, or can be reserved for $15 for 1.5 hours.
For after-dark play, there are lights that work until 11pm.
While the new pond needs a little time to stabilize before they can stock it, the little pier will make a great place to fish!
As with any public area, a fishing license is required for anyone between the ages of 17 and 65.
Sand Volleyball Court
Bring your own ball for a fun game of sand volleyball!
Grab your helmet, pads and board to try the new skate spot!
Things To Do in Mansfield
Let your little shinobi and kunoichi channel their inner ninja at All Star Ninjas in Mansfield! Click HERE to read more!
Explore Historic Downtown Mansfield and the FREE concerts at the Lot! Click HERE to read more!
Enjoy an evening on the patio at Steven’s Garden and Grill! Click HERE to visit their website.
Clayton W. Chandler Park
1530 N Walnut Creek Dr, Mansfield
Click HERE to visit their website.
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