City Parks

Slayter Creek Park

Slayter Creek Park (PDF) is located west of Anna Middle School at 425 West Rosamond Parkway and includes a variety of recreational amenities including: four lighted ball fields, two tennis courts, two basketball goals, two large multi-purpose athletic fields, a 3,600 foot walking trail, a skateboard park, a playground, horseshoe pits, a shuffleboard court, a splash pad, disc golf course, a large pavilion, gazebo, and a concession building with restrooms. Major funding to construct the park was provided by the City of Anna, a grant from the State of Texas, and donations from the Anna Community Development Corporation.

Slayter Creek Trail

The Slayter Creek trail includes a 4,400 foot walking trail that connects the Slayter Creek Park trail to Hackberry Drive. Look for the coyote tracks at “Coyote Crossing” along the southern half of the trail. This is a portion of a larger trail system that will eventually run almost the entire length (north to south) of the city. It will ultimately connect many of our residential and recreational areas together with pedestrian access. 

Bryant Park

Bryant Park is a 5-acre tract located on the north side of CR 371 just south of Bryant Elementary. Currently, the park is undeveloped, but in the future will be available for outdoor athletic and recreational activities.

Geer Park

Geer Park is a 25-acre tract located just east of the intersection of Sixth and Smith Streets. Like Bryant Park, this park is undeveloped, but in the future will be available for outdoor athletic and recreational activities.

Natural Springs Park 

Natural Springs Park is just south of West White Street, (FM 455), behind Brookshire’s.  The park has several amenities including walking trails, a man-made pond, fishing pier and a large open area.  It is a wonderful park to have a picnic, enjoy a leisurely stroll or other passive activities such as throwing balls, flying kites and pitching frisbees.  New in 2019, Natural Springs Paw Park, an off-leash area for our furry neighbors, is now open.  The Paw Park includes big and small dog areas, shade structures and agility equipment.  Our furry neighbors are very happy for a new place to exercise, run and play. 

Sherley Heritage Park

Sherley Heritage Park is Anna's most historical park celebrating Anna's location along the rail line. Located at the corner of Sherley Avenue and 4th Street, the park features a community-built, train-themed playground, newly restored train depot and pavilion.  In December, Christmas in the Park, the City's annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony event, is held.

Johnson Park

Johnson Park is located just east of Sherley Avenue at 1st street. The park features 2 softball fields where the youth league traditionally plays and a playground.

The City owns other areas of land throughout the city that are designated as park land and will be developed as the city grows.