Greenleaf Park consists of 14 acres of grassy hillsides with hardwood and evergreen trees. The land was part of McIntire Park until the construction of Route 250 Bypass cut it off from the rest of the park. At that time it became a neighborhood park with its own identity.
Greenleaf offers a playground area, including equipment for children ages 2-5 years old, a picnic shelter, seasonal restrooms, and a half-basketball court. The park's latest addition is a touch sensitive spray ground featuring a mushroom fountain and an interactive water pole. There is a wide soft surface trail that follows the creek near the 250 bypass and connects the park to Walker school as well as natural trails leading to Plymouth Road.
Dogs must be on a leash and under control.
Located at 1598 Rose Hill Drive