Alcova Heights Park is a 13-acre neighborhood park situated at the corner of South Randolph Street and South George Mason Drive.
Alcova Heights Park is divided by a creek that runs through the park with a wooden footbridge that crosses over it. One part of the park has picnic tables and grills, a basketball court, a grassy volleyball court, and public restrooms, while the other half holds a playground and the baseball field.
The playground contains various playing things including a three-part play structure with five slides and an overbridge. There are also four regular swings, two bucket swings, a tire swing, a horse-spring rider, and a train car. Children from the neighborhood come here in the late afternoons to play mostly on the play structure and the swings.
The park is well-shaded with mature trees and has a lot of open spaces for running around and playing other types of games such as baseball or soccer.