The park was created in 1980 and named to honor the founder of the Bartlesville Boys Club. It consists of a lake (with fishing pier), tallgrass prairie, and arboretum. The arboretum contains hundreds of species of trees, mostly planted as memorials.
This is an entrance point to Pathfinder Parkway, a bicycle/jogging/walking path that now extends south into Colonial Housing Addition, but the majority heads north toward Johnstone Park and connects to other parts of the Parkway.
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