This is a .18 acre park located at 719 Shelby Street. The park was built by the Corp of Engineers as part of the Beaver Creek Flood Prevention Plan.
There are 3 outdoor musical instruments installed in the park. These include: a set of 7 chimes of various lengths, Pegasus (a hefty metallophone made with 23 resonated aluminum bars in the key of C Major and A Minor), and a set of 5 tuned drums that are played by hand.
There are 6 - 6 foot metal benches, 2 - 30 gallon metal trash can holders and 2 metal flower pot holders. The area is illuminated by 3 single globe lights. The creek side is bordered by a black wrought iron fence and by split rail fence on the east side. The area of use is concrete while the rest of the park is landscaped in low growing monkey grass, shrubs, and trees.