In 2010, the park opened as a joint venture between the City of San Antonio and the University of the Incarnate Word. According to the park's website, "The City and UIW entered into a joint use agreement in which UIW [maintained] the property and [used] the buildings as a retreat center."
Not anymore — approximately a year ago, local homeschooling association the Family Educators Alliance of South Texas (FEAST) purchased UIW's parcel, splitting it off from the remainder of the property, which remains a park under the city's purview. The city's acreage includes the pond — recently restored after a series of leaks — and Pavilion of Gwangju, which was a gift from San Antonio's Korean sister city.
FEAST has converted the plot containing the Denman mansion and outbuildings into a rentable space for public and private events. To prep the property for use as an event venue, extensive renovations have been made to the mansion, which was originally built in 1936 by Gilbert Denman, Sr. and his wife Pearl. The building features historic architecture and a second story porch with a view of the city's downtown skyline.
Interested parties can call (210) 343-1486 or visit the Denman Estate's website or Facebook page.