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Once around the pond, then back to the car. Chisholm caresses us with a breeze on the hottest of days. This ninety-year-old takes special delight in watching nine-year-olds (and younger) casting their lures into the shallows. (I did that once.) This is what a park...More
The park it self is beautiful and the pool area is great we loved floating along the lazy river and they had several impressive water slides, the only thing is that it went from kiddy pool to 3'6" lazy river to 12' diving pool I...More
Today was my first visit to Chisholm and I will definitely return soon! I arrived around 8 a.m. and enjoyed my granola breakfast overlooking the serene pond and fountain, surrounded by ducks, geese and a curious grey heron. Several fishermen were already seated around the...More
Yes the aquatic center is closed. But all else is open. Very nice duck pond that also allows for fishing. Numerous places for covered family picnics. Baseball fields. Great parking. Many trees so lots of shade. Appears Hurst is very proud of this facility. Spotless...More
what an afternoon of fun with our grandkids - 14, 12, and twins 6 yrs. they love the water and not afraid to jump off the board since they swim so well. Lifeguards are attentive and watching closely over all activity. We reserved a pavilion...More
We walk here 4-5 times a week. There is something interesting to see year around and at any time of day. The lake and the people fishing as well as the ducks, geese and various larger water birds are all always engaging. In the summer...More
The place is very good for younger children.
With teenagers you can plan fishing only - It is necessary to add at least football, basketball and tennis fields.
The park is well-equipped with installed barbecues under the trees of the park. You can spend a...More