Breckinridge Park

Features for the Naturalist

400+ acres. East of Rowlett Creek: Home to Texas champion Box Elder. Deep woods on south end. West of Rowlett Creek: Limestone outcroppings and plentiful fossils in Beck’s Branch. A wildflower meadow with loop trail supports a vigorous Eastern Bluebird population.

Great for: The Naturalist-In-Training, The Birder, The Botanist, The Entomologist, The Forester, The Geologist, and The Outdoor Adventurer.

Park Information

East of Rowlett Creek


Open areas and deep woods. Pavilion, sports fields, playgrounds, and more.


  • Restrooms (Regular & Portable)
  • Visitor Activity Center
  • Handicap Accessible
  • Hiking and Biking Trails (Paved & Unpaved)
  • Dog Friendly (On Leash)
  • Family-Friendly Features
  • Scheduled Activities
  • Picnic Tables

West of Rowlett Creek


Quiet and wooded trails along Beck’s Branch. Wildflower meadow.


  • Unpaved Hiking Trails
  • Unpaved Biking Trails
  • Dog Friendly (On Leash)
  • Scheduled Activities


Address (East): 3400 Park Vista Rd., Richardson, TX 75082

Address (West): Beck Dr. at Moroney Dr., Richardson, TX 75082

Phone: 972.744.4100

Website: Breckinridge Park

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