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With its expansive lawns and well-kept homes, Draper Park gives residents a peaceful refuge. Homes in the southern section of this serene neighborhood overlook Vineyard Park.
Home designs in Draper Park are an eclectic mix of vintage houses. Choices include a 1925 Colonial, 1932 Farmhouse, 1953 Ranch, and Bungalow-Style homes built from the 1920s through the 1950s. Draper Park encompasses zip code 73109. The community is bounded by Southwest 40th Street on the north, South Shields Boulevard on the east, Southwest 44th Street on the south, and South Walker Avenue on the west. Interstate 35 runs to the east of the neighborhood and Interstate 240 to the south.
The area is mostly made up of housing, although there are a few commercial buildings such as service establishments, restaurants and shops.
Of the many appealing aspects of Draper Park is Vineyard Park, which sits in the southern end of the community. The park is filled with trees and has plenty of room for roaming. An even larger park in the neighborhood is the community’s namesake, Draper Park, which is located along the eastern border. A river runs besides this open green space, which is filled with trees and offers plenty of hiking, biking and strolling opportunities. The park also has a playground.
For those wishing to enjoy the water, Lake Stanley Draper is located to the southeast of the neighborhood. The 2,900-acre lake has 34 miles of shoreline and offers fishing, water sports, boating, and sailing. There are boat ramps and covered fishing piers, and on land, hiking and motorcycle trails can be found.