Bellaire Park is located in Southeast Hurst at 500 Pecan Drive. Established in 1962, Bellaire Park sits on 6.4 acres. In 1993, the City acquired an additional 5.2 acres of park land and established Bellaire Park North. Bellaire Park North was renamed to honor Ms. Vivagene Copeland, a former City Council member. Ms. Copeland served on the Hurst City Council for 10 years, from 1991 to 2001, until she retired.
Bellaire Park offers space for organized sports, a playground area and a jogging/walking trail system. Bellaire Park is open daily from 6 a.m. - 10 p.m.
No pets are allowed on the fields.
Lighted youth baseball/softball field
1.3 mile jogging/walking trail system
Pet water fountain