Type: Running Track
/ Length (Miles): .17
Health Trail equipment by Park and Play Structures
Is the Tennis Court lighted? No
San Antonio parks give people an opportunity to spend time enjoying the outdoors, with fresh air, sunshine and exercise on tap for visitors. Take a walk, enjoy the scenery, and de-stress. Studies show people who spend time in parks will be sick less often, which means less time missing from school and work, as well as lower healthcare costs and better overall health. And it’s fun and refreshing. Visit a San Antonio park today!
Alcohol is prohibited; amenities are first come, first serve with the exception of the ones listed below.
Programs & Classes
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Si necesita asistencia en español para inscribirse en clases o necesita información sobre nuestros programas llame al 210-207-3047.
Amenities Available for Rental
The following amenities are available for rental. Use the links below to view facility details or calendar availability. Learn how to make a reservation.
The cost to rent the pavilion Monday through Thursday is $15 an hour with a 4-hour minimum. The cost for Friday through Sunday and holidays is $30 an hour with a 4-hour minimum.
Charles B. Shannon Memorial Baseball Stadium
In recognition of his invaluable service to the community, the San Antonio City Council voted in 2015 to name the baseball field at Pittman-Sullivan Park for Charles B. Shannon. An avid baseball fan, Mr. Shannon coached an adult team from 1974 to 1988. He served as executive director of the Alamo Branch YMCA from 1982 to 2001 when he was promoted to district director over the Southern Region, which included Davis-Scott, Southwestern Bell and the Westside YMCA’s. During his career with the YMCA, Shannon raised more than $5 million to provide programming opportunities for inner city youth. He further set the example for public service as a U.S. Navy veteran who did a tour of duty in Vietnam. Mr. Shannon died unexpectedly in 2003 at age 55.