The Park is Davie’s first Open Space acquisition purchased in January 1990. It is a 50-acre site consisting of a central lake surrounded by a multipurpose trail. The Trail is almost totally shaded underneath a canopy of tall Australian pine trees.
The lake includes a wading area for horses and has many good fishing spots around it, a great summer destination. There is no swimming allowed, but canoes and non-motorized boats are permitted. There is also a pavilion and small meeting room available for rental.
Wolf Lake can be accessed via SW 76th Avenue or SW 73rd Avenue. Your horse must be “road ready” as access from Liner Park Trail requires some street riding. There is some trailer parking on the site.
Davie Rodeo Arena
Established over 40 years ago, the Tindall Davie Arena at the Bergeron Rodeo Grounds has hosted such events as top name entertainers, arts and crafts shows, antique car shows, circuses, recreational trade and industrial shows and concerts. Each spring, the Bergeron Rodeo Grounds and Arena hosts the Orange Blossom Festival. With 7,500 feet under roof, high intensity lighting suitable for video or TV taping and off-street parking for more than 4,000 vehicles, the Arena is a versatile facility that has something for everyone.