This park, formerly known as Westchester Park, was the first joint-use project for the College Station Independent School District and the City of College Station. The cooperative effort between the two entities led to the design and implementation of a facility that would serve a dual purpose: during school hours the park functions as a school playground and playing fields; the remainder of the time, as a regular city park for use by the general public. The park has two playgrounds, shelter, basketball court, 1/3 mile jogging track with fitness court, picnic tables, and practice fields for baseball and soccer. Future improvements will be implemented as the area around the school and park develops. Partial funding for the development of the park was provided by the College Station Independent School District. The park was renamed in 1994 in honor of Jack and Dorothy Miller for their dedication to the community.