Thanks to the generosity of Phillips 66, visitor experiences at parks across Texas have improved. In an ongoing partnership with TPWF, Phillips 66 has funded a variety of conservation and recreation projects in state parks, as well as the Neighborhood Fishin’ Program.
At Lake Corpus Christi State Park, a recently completed accessible nature playscape invites children of all abilities to enjoy the new park feature. Funds from Phillips 66 have also enhanced the park’s mountain bike trails. The park’s popular Catfish Point Trail has been improved, and a new trail will soon connect two existing trail segments.
Phillips 66 is also helping to enhance neighborhood fishing experiences in Amarillo and Pasadena. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s Neighborhood Fishin’ Program provides an opportunity for year-round recreational fishing in local lakes for urban youth and families. Phillips 66 generously sponsored two lakes, one at Medical Center Park in Amarillo and one at Burke Crenshaw Park in Pasadena.
“We’re thrilled to see these projects come to fruition to benefit park visitors across the state,” said Claudia Kreisle, Manager of Social Impact at Phillips 66. “Our partnership with Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation aligns with our corporate philanthropy focus on environment and sustainability. Our employees live and work in communities across Texas, and we’re pleased to help enhance these park experiences for all."