In 1915, the City of Dallas purchased 36 acres in what was then, far North Dallas, with a vision for the future. A public area that would enlighten and expand the the recreational and leisure opportunities for the citizens of Dallas. Designed to be the Central Park of Dallas, Reverchon Park was was born.

A lot has changed over the years, but one thing has remained the same. Reverchon Park is still a welcome opportunity for the people of Dallas. As good as the park is, there is still room for improvement. That's why The Friends of Reverchon Park are working with the city of Dallas to implement the Reverchon Park Restoration and Development Plan. This plan will offer improvements and maintenance opportunities designed to make the park more appealing and functional to the more than 30,000 Dallas citizens utilize Reverchon Park each year.

Reverchon Park has a bright future. Help us, as we work together to restore and revitalize one of Dallas' most beautiful assets.   Watch a brief video on the recent work to revitalize the stonework added to the park by the WPA in 1936. ---> Click here

Thank you.

Lori Ashmore-Peters, President

Background Photo:
Reverchon Ballfield, c.1930 Source Dallas Municipal Archives

It's My Park Day

In the Park } Nov/03/2018 | Comments (0)

Photo Courtesy of Dallas Parks and Rec

Community groups, Scouts, corporate teams and individuals are invited to organize and participate in beautification projects in YOUR neighborhood parks!

Register HERE!


Red, White and Boom on the Bridge

Outside the Park } Jul/03/2018 | Comments (0)

Photo Courtesy of Mrs Baird's

According to their Facebook page Mrs Baird’s: Texas Born Texas Bread presents the City of Dallas “Red White and Boom On The Bridge,” Tuesday night, July 3rd, from 6-10pm on the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge in downtown Dallas. Bring the whole family as we celebrate America’s Independence Day.

Don’t miss the music, the food, and the live fireworks as they light up Dallas’ beautiful skyline!

Best part– IT’S FREE!

**The Westbound Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge will be closed to vehicle traffic and open to pedestrians, as is the Ronald Kirk Pedestrian Bridge.  Use Lyft with code RWB2018 for 35% off your ride to or from the event** Read More >>