This is the smallest of the reservable shelters. Its 6 tables can seat 36 people. It is located near the north starting point of the Holliday Creek trail system (at the Hamilton Tennis Center). From this point, trail goers can travel all the way to Lake Wichita Park and back (11.1 miles round trip).
Located at the south end of Lake Wichita Park next to the lake itself, this shelter has 10 picnic tables and can easily accommodate up to 60 people. A new playground is located near the shelter. Restrooms are available in the center of the park (about ½ mile). This is the southernmost point of the Holliday Creek trail system. From here trail goers can travel as far as Hamilton Park (11.1 miles roundtrip).
Scotland Park Shelter
Conveniently located just off northbound I-44, this shelter has 12 picnic tables and can hold 72 people. Nearby are a nice playground and an ornamental pond with a fountain. There are also colorful flowers and clean restrooms. This shelter is located within 5 minutes of MPEC, the Texas Tourist Bureau, and the Falls.
Spudder Park Shelter
This large shelter can accommodate 150 people with its 25 picnic tables. There is a half court basketball setup with 5 goals. There are also restrooms and a playground. The Spudder Park baseball field can be used as long as league games aren’t being played.
Williams Park Shelter
This is the easternmost shelter in the city. It has 14 tables and can seat 84 people. There is a playground and baseball field nearby, and there are also restrooms. This shelter is located only about 100 yards from the nearest trail access point. The walk along the trail from Williams Park to O’Reilly Park (3 miles roundtrip) is one of the most beautiful in the whole city.