National Oak Park is home to Alvin Skate Park, Rotary Pavilion, National Oak Tree, the origination of hike and bike trail, seven other covered pavilions with picnic tables, swing set, drinking fountains, playground, and parking. It has plenty of green space to enjoy as well as plenty of Oak trees to have a picnic under.
Tom Blakeney Jr Hike & Bike Trail is a hiking area in Alvin, Texas. Great place for a walk or run while offering an alternative view of the city only seen by foot. Many things along the trail – train depot, library, city pool, restaurants, bars – all in the shadows of Mustang Bayou. This trail will take hikers from one side of town almost clear to the other side of town. The trail also offers a butterfly garden to enjoy. Hikers can see wildlife like Herons, cardinals, rabbits, turtles, and hawks. There are also small pavilions and benches available along the trail.