Centennial Park

444 West Second Street

Dedicated October 3, 2003, Centennial Park celebrates Irving's first 100 years of existence.  Visitors enter through the Arrival Plaza that houses statues of J.O. Schulze and Otis Brown, cofounders of Irving in 1903.  At Founders Plaza, visitors can review the history wall that highlights significant milestones in the city's history.  South of Founders Plaza is a stone and steel picnic pavilion on the eastern shoreline of the lake.  The pavilion is available for rentals and includes a tower with a 30-foot light spike that symbolizes Irving's shining future.

 Centennial Park

Amenities

 Parking area
 Large centennial pavilion with 10 tables.
 Lighted concrete surface trail.
 Portable restrooms
 Arrival plaza with founders statues
 Founders Plaza with sculpture and historical timeline wall.
 Bennett's dog-run cabin with historical storyboard
 Main lake spillway and trail crossing.