Reserve the Pavilion or Amphitheatre
ABOUT THE PARK
The Escondido Creek Parkway Project is an attractive, linear nature-based park with features that allow the community new opportunities to sit, stroll, run, play, and enjoy the outdoors along a waterway full of benefits. Escondido Creek is a modest, ephemeral waterway that runs through Karnes County, Texas. With its lush vegetation, effortless accessibility, and modern recreation amenities, Escondido Creek Parkway is the new favorite outdoor hub in the City of Kenedy, a gathering place for the community to relish their time in nature and with each other. The Parkway provides unparalleled opportunities to recreate in a native landscape with sustainable infrastructure practices. Additionally, it functions as a safe thoroughfare, connecting Joe Gulley Park and sports fields to homes and schools by providing trails under Highway 181.
The Escondido Creek Parkway Project is supported by private donations and thrives because of the enthusiasm of our volunteers and advocates. Visit the park today! The pavilion and amphitheater are also available to reserve for your next event, and don’t forget to visit with the Horned Toads!