4 Wheels LbNA # 40118
|Placed Date||May 24 2008|
Our family has found a park in Tyler. There is a jungle gym, walking trails, pavilion w/restrooms. There are BBQ pits and a basketball court too. Itís nice to find a place for everyone to enjoy. My boys would agree that the best part of this park is the skate park. Itís made of concrete and has lots of ramps, half pikes and don't forget the 11 ft pool.
To get to Noble E Young Park I take Loop 323 south from HW 64. Turn left onto HW 155 (N Frankston Hwy). About a half mile down the road you will see 2 brown signs on your right. The second sign says Noble E Young park with an arrow to the left. You must turn left here. It is a residential area. Follow this road all the way to the last house on the left. Behind this house is the park. There is a driveway right before the house that leads to the park.
After parking find the skate park. Walk between the 2 sections of the skate park towards the back of the park. You will see a small group of trees just before the trail. This section of the trail is sandy and blacktop. Find the 2 trees close together in this group. 1 of these trees splits into a "Y" up high. 4 Wheels is hidden between these trees at the base under lots of ground cover.
This park can be very, very busy on the weekends and probably as summer comes around. Although I was there today, the skaters didnít seem to care (mine included).
Please recover and rehide well.