White Oak Park is a three-acre natural area located in the Newport Hills subdivision bordered by White Oak and Pin Oak Drives. It is an undeveloped and often overlooked park. A small play structure gives children a place to play outdoors.
Access and Parking
Street parking is available along both White Oak and Pin Oak Drives. An unpaved path bisects the park. There are benches, a picnic table and a small play structure.
The park was set aside as a green space when the Newport Hills subdivision was developed in the 1990s. In the early 2000s a single path running east to west was created along with benches, a picnic table and a small play structure.
Some non-invasive plant species found in the park include deptford pink, curly dock, white vervain, Virginia knotweed, clear weed and wood sorrel.
Click here to view a printable map of White Oak Park (pdf)
Click here to view a Natural Area Preservation (NAP) Newsletter from 2015 highlighting White Oak Park (pdf)
Click here to link to Natural Area Preservation (NAP) website