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Yettie Polk Park

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Named after Mrs. Yettie Tobler Polk and her 4 children after a devistating flood in 1913, Yettie Polk Park has become a popular place for festivals such as The Kiwanis Turtle Fest, The 4th of July Celebration, and Christmas on the Chisholm Trail.  The park is set adjacent to the Nolan Creek offering a picturesque setting.
 The park is part of a linkage park system which ties Confederate, Yettie Polk, and Harris Community Parks together by way of the Nolan Creek Hike and Bike Trail, which is 1.11 miles. FeaturesBasketball CourtBBQ GrillsBenchesEducational Stations / SignsPavilions / GazebosPicnic TablesPlaygrounds / SwingsetsRestroom FacilitiesTrailHours5:00am - 11:00pm Phone254-933-5861

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