The 52-acre park is located south of Hackbarth Road and west of Hwy K, just west of the new Alpine Meadows subdivision. A small parking lot is located at
the end of Aspen Drive.
Access is also available through town-owned land on Bramble Bush Lane.
The park has a pond, an ephemeral pond, a tall and short grass prairie, and a woods, with part being restored to a bur oak savanna.
The park has three distinct areas which can be easily discerned from the map.
Aztalan State Park is the site of a major Native American settlement. There are burial mounds and wooden poles standing upright from the ground that show some forms of a permanent settling. The park is kept clean and the grass is freshly mowed. The Crawfish River runs through Aztalan State Park in the east. Aztalan State Park is on the National Register is Historic Places.