Pundt Park is a 380-acre park in Spring that features a primitive canoe launch, two lakes, playground, picnic area with tables and two pavilions, bicycle racks and separate equestrian and multiuse trails.
The nearly mile-long multiuse trail in Pundt Park is one of two trailheads in the phase I Spring Creek Greenway (SCG) trail system. The second trailhead that begins at Jesse H. Jones Park & Nature Center is 1.1 miles and was dedicated as the Judy Overby Bell Trail in June 2009. The second phase of the SCG trail system will complete the 7.5 miles of connectivity between Pundt Park and Jones Park.
The acquisition of an adjoining 115-acre tract, the Stahl Preserve, completes a 7.5-mile section along the Spring Creek Greenway. Development of the Stahl Preserve is currently underway and will connect Pundt Park to Jesse H. Jones Park & Nature Center upon completion.
- canoe launch
- picnic tables
- walking and equestrian trails
Hours of Operation
December through January: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
November and February: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
March through October: 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Size: 380 acres
- Acreage: 380
- Boat Launch:
- Observation Pier:
- Nature Trail: