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Bicentennial Park
Park EntryThe citizens of the Town of Pantego joined in the 1976 Bicentennial spirit in creating a small community park at the intersection of Smith Barry Road and Nora Lane. A community center was build and named in honor of Jurdiss Rohne, wife of Mayor Wayne Rohne. A walking trail and playground area complimented the park.




StatueIn 1993 the voters of Pantego approved a ½-cent economic development sales tax which paid for a new police station, remodeling of city hall, and further development of Bicentennial Park. To join with property the town already owned, additional property was purchased on the south side of Smith Barry Road. Gabion baskets were put in place to line the meandering creek, and pedestrian bridges were built. This property was developed through the use of the ½-cent sales tax and funding through the Community Development Block Grants.



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Walking trails, statues, a stretching zone, and a seasonal concession stand are features enjoyed by many. Two pavilions and a gazebo can be reserved for use by Pantego residents as well as Pantego's neighbors.

For more information, please check the pages to the left or contact Town Hall at 817-617-3700 for additional reservation information and availability.

Below is a link to the Park Reservations Calendar. Please check to see if the time you want is available for reservation.

Park Reservations Calendar