City of TalentLocated on a 12.34 acre site in the southern section of the City, Chuck Roberts Park is the largest park in the city system. The park contains developed softball fields, a basketball court, tennis courts (rebuilt in 2004), a children's play area, a picnic shelter, restrooms and a large open lawn area for pickup games of soccer and other activities. A portion of this park is utilized exclusively by the Phoenix Talent Little League Association. There are 4 ball diamonds, restrooms and a concession area managed by the Little League Association.
Newly reconstructed this park area connects the Civic Center area. The park itself is 1 acre and includes a play structure for younger children, restrooms and an open grassed area with sidewalks connecting the City Hall, Community Center, Library and Historical Society.
This is a 0.21 acre site, containing a half court basketball facility, a children's play area and a rectangular gazebo that functions as a picnic shelter. A wetland area has been developed into a small pond. This is a relatively new park and was developed as part of the Kamerin Springs Development but was deeded to the City and open to general public use.
City of TalentThe Old Town Park commonly known as the "skatepark," is located on Main Street between John Street and the railroad tracks. The project consists of a multi-use facility for skateboarders, in-line skaters and BMX bikers, perimeter sidewalks, lighting, landscaping and construction of a structure for shelter and viewing. Another significant section of the site is dedicated to recreation. The area contains lawn, benches, and a barbeque grill. The first phase, which consisted of design, engineering and construction of the skating facility, and the installation of storm drainage and underground utilities, was completed during the 1997/98 and 1998/99 fiscal years. A revised Old Town Park plan was approved by Talent's City Council on December 19, 2001.
This is a 2.46-acre site, which is located on the east side of Bear Creek along the Bear Creek Greenway. Lynn Newbry Park serves as both a destination for residents as well as a stopping point for users of the Bear Creek Greenway. The park includes a picnic shelter with two picnic tables, as well as a trash can and a BBQ grill. The park provides potential wildlife viewing opportunities including steelhead and salmon in Bear Creek. .
Joseph Park is a 0.28-acre site located on Joseph Street along Wagner Creek. Joseph Park is in very close proximity to Wagner Park. The site is bounded on both sides by residential homes. The southern edge of the site is significantly lower in elevation and consists of the riparian area along the Wagner Creek Greenway. The remainder of the site is lawn.
Wagner Park is a 0.76-acre site located on the north side of Rapp Road, where it crosses Wagner Creek. Wagner Creek borders the park to the south and provides significant riparian vegetation. It is largely grass, though the northern half of the site is populated by small pine trees planted by a local volunteer group. Large tree trunks have been laid down along the eastern border of the lawn to divert high water. There is also irrigation access on the site.
Talent Bark Park is one of Talent's newest parks. Located across the street from Chuck Robert's Park on Talent Ave, it offers a play area for dogs of all sizes. Trees, grass and a pathway around the perimeter allow for both canines and their human companions a place for exercise, fun and freedom. While benches and a picnic table offer the owners a place to rest. Doggie stations are inside the park so owners can easily pick up after their pooches. Bring your dog, and enjoy the company of other Talent dogs. Bark Park's latest fun for dogs is a tunnel! It includes grass, a small hill, a tunnel to explore (with drainage and secure footing) - your dog will love it!