Trails & Habitat
Coppell Nature Park is a 66-acre park located within Wagon Wheel Park on the west side of Coppell, Texas. The Nature Park is a natural habitat for hawks, coyotes, bobcats, and other animals. More than 130 different species of birds migrate through the park each year and numerous types of native vegetation may be found within the Park. There are over five miles of trails to explore.
The Biodiversity Education Center at Coppell Nature Park promotes and provides hands-on environmental education. Participants of the education programs, for both school and the community, observe and learn about local flora, fauna, and environmental sustainability issues, as well as develop a deeper connection to their environment through nature.
Park hours are daily from sunrise to sunset. Select to get directions and instructions.
Educational programs and events are conducted year-round at the Biodiversity Education Center.
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