- Lit Ballfield
- Picnic Areas
- Tennis Court
To many Shreveporters, the name A.C. Steere is best known as the namesake of the famous old Hacienda style elementary school on Youree Drive at Ockley. But Steere, who gave the land for that campus, then called the Broadmoor Grammar School in 1929, helped shape the development of Shreveport in a way few others have.
A.C. Steere is home of Leaps and Bounds, Louisiana's first boundless playground. This unique playground offers universal playground modules that meet the diverse needs of all children, including the mental and physically challenged individuals.