A Walk in the Parks of Shreveport-Bossier City
Betty Virginia Park
3901 Fairfield Ave., Shreveport
23-acres featuring picnic areas, a walking trail, playground and baseball fields. Annual events, such as Wheels in the Hills and Pumpkin Shine, take place throughout the year at the park.
East Kings Highway Park
1200 East Kings Highway, Shreveport
Known by locals as “The Duck Pond” the popular spot has a picnic area, playground and of course, ducks.
Walker Place Park
4832 CenturyLink Center Drive, Bossier City
One of the newest parks in the area, Walker Place boasts paved walkways, a large fountain and a pedestrian bridge that crosses Arthur Teague Parkway to the riverfront.
North Bossier Park
4307 Old Brownlee Road, Bossier City
The park has four pavilions, climbing rocks, a spray park and walking/jogging trails.
601 Clyde Fant Memorial Parkway, Shreveport
A favorite spot to enjoy the activity of the Red River, the park offers a spray park to help keep the kids cool during hot weather months and also has a 300-foot-long floating boat dock, which is the center of the annual Dragon Boat Festival.
Walter B. Jacobs Memorial Nature Park
8012 Blanchard Furrh Road, Shreveport
Don’t just experience Mother Nature — learn about it. The park is nestled within 160-acres of forest and has five miles of walking trails centered around a visitor center that offers exhibits, a children’s play area and more.