Situated south of Houston in Friendswood—on 93 acres—Frankie Carter Randolph Park remains a popular outdoor destination for visitors of all ages and abilities.
The multi-use park makes room for tennis and volleyball courts, two multi-purpose athletic fields, a two-mile nature trail, picnic areas, a popular barbecue pavilion and playgrounds. There are also convenient restroom facilities.
There are two lighted, fully-equipped pavilions that will seat 200 people. Call (713) 440-1587 to reserve.
- Ball fields
- Nature Trail
- Picnic Area
- Tennis Courts
- Volleyball Court
Size: 93 Acres
Park Hours: 6:00AM - 10:00PM
Frankie Carter Randolph (1894 - 1972) was a major force in Houston's civic and cultural development. Politically, she forged a grass roots progressive movement in Houston and was appointed to the Democratic National Committee. Her favorite flower was the McCarthy Rose, which grows abundantly in Frankie Carter Randolph Park.
Located in Harris County (Precinct 1)