Size in acres: 197.8
Buckner Park Entrance Restrictions
Due to the Bass Road improvement project, Bass Road will be closed from Clifty Parkway to the Buckner Park entrance beginning April 3, 2017. Those who wish to enter Buckner Park will need to access the park from the west on Bass Road. The road is expected to be reopened in October.
History: During its lifetime, Buckner Park has served the community in several capacities. Since its purchase from Marie Buckner in 1969, it has served as public farm land, military training ground, as well as a variety of other uses. Today it offers a modern playground, sprayground, and shelter amidst nearly two hundred acres of natural open space.
WHAT TO DO
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The park features an open-air shelter with picnic tables and restrooms. The shelter is available on a first come/first served basis.
The park features two new play sets as well as swing sets.
A sprayground is available for use during the summer.
Visitors can make use of the trail that surrounds the open area at Buckner Park.