This large urban park is sparse on habitat. Comprised mostly of open grass, there are a few scattered trees around the park which is surrounded by walking paths. A small playground sits on the south end, while the park is completely surrounded by neighborhoods.
This is another local city park that doesn't get a ton of visits. The lack of habitat and water features int eh desert doesn't bode well for birding. MOURNING and EURASIAN COLLARED-DOVE are found here, while WHITE-WINGED DOVE is present during the warmer months. WESTERN KINGBIRD, WHITE-THROATED SWIFT and BULLOCK'S ORIOLE might be seen in the summer, while NORTHERN MOCKINGBIRD and SAY'S PHOEBE are present year round. Desert sites without water don't provide nearly the species list as nearby parks or golf courses where water is prevalent. For this reason out of the way parks like this are usually more popular with locals, or if a rarity shows up.
From I-15 exit 8 on St. George Blvd go east . 1mile to South River Road. Turn right and go south 2.5 miles. Turn right onto Fort Pierce Drive and go .9 miles. Turn left onto Vermillion Avenue and continue .2 miles to the parking area.