The park is named for Herman I. Little, longtime attorney for Timber Lane Utility District.
The park is named for Herman I. Little, Jr., a local civic leader and longtime attorney for Timber Lane Utility District.
Herman Little Park opened in July 2012.
The pavilion at Herman Little Park overlooks a 4.5-acre pond stocked with fish.
Jeanette Knepp and Lucky visit the wetlands observation deck on a recent visit to Herman Little Park.
The playscape at Herman Little Park offers a child-sized log cabin.
A rope bridge between to trees challenges children who play at Herman Little Park.
Old Glory waves proudly over Herman Little Park.
The soccer field at Herman Little Park doubles as a flooding retention pond.
The skate park at Herman Little Park doubles as a retention pond to protect against local flooding.
Herman Little Park offers miles of hike-and-bike trails.
While local resident Fred Huntsinger fishes, his dog Dottie takes a water break.
Stairs and ramps make the pavilion at Herman Little Park accessible to all.