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Ray Harral Nature Park

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40-acre community park located off of Tuscon Street (121st Street) and west of Lynn Lane (9th Street) behind Childers Middle School and Spring Creek Elementary School. Named after Ray Harral, a former Assistant City Manager and Public Works Director for Broken Arrow. A spring in the park supplied water to the residents of Broken Arrow until the 1930's. The park also served as a Christmas tree farm at one time. The park is now home to the Ray Harral Nature Center, walking, hiking, and jogging trails, flowering gardens, a Monarch Butterfly Waystation, wildlife, and other amenities. A truly hidden gem in south Broken Arrow. * 2 Shelters * Grills * 6 Picnic Tables * 5 Benches * Suspension Bridge * Native Areas * Several trails with different levels for hiking and walking. * 20 Parking Spaces

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