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Park Amenities and Locations--Click here for Map 

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1. Amphitheater 19. Greenbelt Park Area 4B 37. Mill Valley Park
2. A. W. Perry Museum 20. Greenbelt Park Area 5 38. Nob Hill
3. Branch Hollow Park 21. Greenbelt Park Area 6 39. Oak Creek Park
4. Josey Ranch Lake Library 22. Greenbelt Park Area 7 40. Oak Creek Tennis Center
5. Hebron & Josey Library 23. Greenbelt Park Area 8 41. Oak Hills Park
6. Senior Center 24. Harold K Bessire Park 42. Oakwood Springs Park
7. Cedar Elm Park 25. Harvest Run Park 43. Pioneer Park
8. City Square & Gazebo 26. Holman D Rhoton Park 44. R E Good Soccer Complex
9. Clifford E "Bill" Hall Park 27. Indian Creek Golf Course 45. Rosemeade Rainforest Aquatic Complex
10. Crosby Recreation Center 28. Jimmy Porter Park 46. Rosemeade Recreation Center & Park
11. Del Santer Park - New playground in 2015! 29. Josey Ranch Lake Park 47. San Chester Tract
12. Dimension Tract 30. Josey Ranch Sports Complex 48. Standridge Memorial Park
13. Elm Fork Nature Preserve  31. Keller Springs Park  49. Ward Steenson Park 
14. Francis Perry Park - New playground in 2016! 32. Ken Good Park  50. Timbercreek Park 
15. Gravley Park  33. Indian Creek Ranch Park  51. W J Thomas Sports Fields 
16. Greenbelt Park Area 3  34. Martha Pointer Park  52. W J Thomas Park & Splash Park 
17. Greenbelt Park Area 2 35. Mary Heads Carter Park  53. Woodlake Tennis Courts/Greenbelt Park 

18. Greenbelt Park Area 4A

36. McInnish Park & Sports Complex   

 

Park Hours and Park Rulesclick on photo of park rules for larger photo

Park hours are 5:00 am to 10:30 pm daily unless otherwise posted.

  • Unauthorized vehicles are prohibited on park property.
  • Possession or consumption of alcoholic beverages is prohibited.
  • Fireworks of any kind are not permitted.
  • Golfing is not allowed on park property.
  • Dogs must be kept on leash at all times. Remember to pick up after your pet during walks.

For additional information or to report graffiti, vandalism or maintenance needs, please contact us at 972-466-3080 between 7:30 am and 5:30 pm, Monday through Thursday or 7:30 to 11:30 am Friday.

To report a violation of Park rules or other illegal activity, contact Carrollton Police at 972-466-3333.

Facility Rentals

Many City facilities are available for rent for private activities, including large and small meeting rooms, gyms and ball fields. Click here for more information.

General Information

 

Park Name

Location Description

1. City Hall 

 

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1945 E Jackson Road 

Municipal complex includes City Hall, Municipal Court and Police Station

Amphitheater

 

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2035 E. Jackson Road

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Four acres of rolling hills, a winding stream, and trees surround this facility designed for community rentals.  It has a raised stage, restrooms, water fountain, parking, and bench seating for approximately 300 people, with additional ground seating for approximately 500 more.

2. A. W. Perry Museum

 

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1509 N. Perry Road 

 

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The house and 10 acres of land were donated to the city by Mrs. Pearl Perry Gravley in 1975.  This beautiful home offers a glimpse of life as it was at the turn of the 20th century. FREE tours are available. The grounds may be reserved for weddings, birthday parties, photography, and other special occasions.
3. Branch Hollow Park

 

Branch Hollow Park playground

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2050 E. Branch Hollow
(North Carrollton, east of Josey & south of Hebron Parkway) 

 

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3.5 acre neighborhood park includes two lighted tennis courts, picnic facilities, a playground with rubberized play surface, walking paths and parking.

4. Josey Ranch Lake Library

 

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1700 Keller Springs Road  Public library 

5. Hebron & Josey Library 

 

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4220 N Josey Lane  Public library 

6. Senior Center 

 

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1720 Keller Springs Road  Senior recreation center 

7. Cedar Elm Park

 

 

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3845 Menard Drive  

 

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Reservations are not required for use of this pavilion.

Built in 2008, this 5.0 acre park features lots of trees, pavilion, playground with rubberized play surface, grills, walking path and picnic tables.
8. City Square and Gazebo

 

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1106 S. Broadway

 

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Community facility with parking, a recognized historical site and available for rentals.
9. Clifford E. "Bill" Hall Park

 

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2200 Crater Lake Court   

 

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6.4 acre park located at the northwest corner of the Jackson and McCoy intersection, named after a former prominent civic leader in Carrollton.  The park has sidewalks with pedestrian lighting, playground with rubberized play surface, pavilion, interpretive signage, grills, drinking fountain and park benches.

10. Crosby Recreation Center 

 

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1610 E Crosby Road  Built in 1963 and totally remodeled in 2010, the facility includes a gym, full fitness center, classrooms, meeting rooms with kitchens, offices, restrooms, showers with lockers, game area with pool tables, ping pong, foosball, public computers and snack area.

11. Del Santer Park

 

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Eisenhower Drive  Playground built in 2015 features artificial turf. The area also includes benches, grill, hike/bath path, and swings.
12. Dimension Tract

 

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1199 Elm Park Drive 

 

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The Dimension Tract is a secluded 38-acre parcel of undeveloped land along the Elm Fork of the Trinity River. The natural parkland features a 14-acre pond, 3.5 acres of wetlands, 9 acres of river bottom timber and a blanket of native vegetation on the remaining 11.5 acres.  This property has paved parking, benches, and a canoe and kayak launch on the Trinity River.
13. Elm Fork Nature Preserve

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2335 Sandy Lake Road 

 

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East beyond the extension of McInnish Park Sports Complex, this 40.28 acre site is divided into two tracts - 18.50 acres which is city owned and 21.78 acres which is leased from Dallas County. The site has been designated as a nature area. An Interpretive Center was constructed by volunteers. A master plan of the site has been completed. A Texas Wildscape was developed in 1995 through a Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Grant.
 

14.  Francis Perry Park

 

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1400 Francis & Ross 

 

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Beautiful 3-acre park with large shade trees, grills and picnic tables, one lighted tennis court and a playground. This site includes an ADA accessible parking space and sidewalk to access playground area. The playground was replaced in 2016 and includes a generation swing allowing an adult to swing with a child.
15. Gravley Park

 

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1508 N. Perry Road

 

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Serene 13-acre park, of which 2.50 acres is leased, located adjacent to the A. W. Perry Museum. Was dedicated to the city by Mrs. Pearl Perry Gravley. Visitors can enjoy a free tour of the museum and stroll the passive park setting. Facilities include walking paths, park benches, water fountain, parking, and wild flowers in season. Bikes and skateboards are prohibited.

16. Greenbelt Park

 

Linear parks through the city

288 acres (Areas 1-9). Facilities include hike & bike trails, picnic areas, playground, parking lots, six lighted tennis courts, multipurpose court, water fountains, nature area and scenic overlook.
 Greenbelt Park Area 1

Scott Mill Road (east of Thompson Elementary School) 

 

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14.53 acre site includes lighted tennis courts, water foutain and benches.
16. Greenbelt Park Area 3

Woodbury @ Josey Lane

 

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12.39 acres includes a playground, talbes and grills
17. Greenbelt Park Area 2

Josey Lane & Southern Oaks 

 

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41.02 acres includes grills and picnic tables
18. Greenbelt Park Area 4A 

3000 Furneaux @ Frankford Road 

 

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23.69 acres includes a playground, tables and grills
19. Greenbelt Park Area 4B 

Somerville/Marble Falls; Somerville/Grapevine @ Kelly 

 

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3.0 acres
20. Greenbelt Park Area 5

Josey Lane @ Peters Colony 

 

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39.76 acres 
21. Greenbelt Park Area 6

Josey Lane west from Area 5 lake 

 

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20.00 acres 
22. Greenbelt Park Area 7

Peters Colony, east of Josey 

 

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27.00 acres 
22. Greenbelt Park Area 8 

Toulan @ Furneaux Lane 

 

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25.00 acres 
 Greenbelt Park Area 9

Branch Hollow @ Arbor Creek Map 

 

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17.00 acres 
24. Harold K Bessire Park

 

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1117 Dentonshire 

 

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5.40 acre park was deeded to the city by Kenny Marchant Custom Homes for a neighborhood park. Amenities include playground, walking paths, picnic tables and grills, a shelter, and drinking fountain.

25. Harvest Run Park

 

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4334 Spurwood 

 

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6-acre neighborhood park includes playground, walking paths, picnic tables and grills, a shelter and drinking fountain.
26. Holman D. Rhoton Park

 

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2250 Ridgedale Drive (East of Nix and south of Belt Line) 

 

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Reservations are not required for the use of this pavilion.

 

4.50 acre site includes a lighted multipurpose court, picnic tables and grills, picnic shelter for groups, drinking fountain, walking/jogging paths and a playground.
27. Indian Creek Golf Course

 

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1650 Frankford Road

(Frankford & I-35) 

 

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415 acres, 36-hole golf course located along the Elm Fork of the Trinity River includes a clubhouse complete with pro-shop and snack bar, and a pavilion available for rentals.
28. Jimmy Porter Park

 

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1871 Sherwood Lane

(Josey Lane and Sherwood)

 

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Reservations are not required for use of this pavilion.

5-acre park contains grills, tables, a new pavilion built in 2015, restrooms, water fountains multipurpose court, 2 lighted sports fields and a playground. Fifty acres east of Josey Lane remains undeveloped except for an 18-hole disc golf course.

29. Josey Ranch Lake Park

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1440 Keller Springs

 

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Keller Springs @Josey Lane

100-acre linear greenbelt connects Thomas Park and Jimmy Porter Park, Keller Springs Park, Mill Valley and Ward Steenson park. The park includes a 3.5-acre lake with fishing pier, natural area, hike & bike trails, picnic facilities, playground with rubberized surface, parking and 2 restroom facilities with concession stand.

30. Josey Ranch Sports Complex

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1440 Keller Springs

Keller Springs @ Josey Lane 

 

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50-acre sports complex is located next to the Josey Ranch Park and includes 4 youth softball fields with shade structures, 1 football field and 1 baseball field.
31. Keller Springs Park

 

Keller Springs Park playground

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2146 Kelly Blvd

Kelly Blvd @ Keller Springs Road

 

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3-acre park features a playground with rubberized play surface, multi-purpose court, grills and picnic tables and drinking fountain. The park is located one block south of Keller Springs Road.
32. Ken Good Park

 

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Broadway at Jackson Road

 

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20-acre parkland with lake and picnic areas.
33. Indian Creek Ranch Park

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1645 Coyote Ridge

(North of Hebron at end of Hunt Drive) 

 

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Reservations are not required for the use of this pavilion.

6.626-acre park developed through a grant from Texas Parks & Wildlife. Amenities include walking paths, park benches, barbecue grill, picnic pavilion, playground with rubberized play surface, fishing pier, picnic tables and parking.
34. Martha Pointer Park

 

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2742 Scott Mill Road

Scott Mill @ Placid 

 

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6-acre park includes 2 lighted multipurpose courts, playground, grills and tables, restrooms, water fountain, and a playing field with backstop. (No organized sports)

35. Mary Heads Carter Park and Playground

 

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2320 Heads Lane 

 

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Pavilion can be reserved for groups up to 150. Call 972-466-9800 for information.

12.30-acre park is home to a new $500,000 playground designed for children of all abilities, completed in April 2014. The new playground has many accessible pieces of equipment and areas of play and sits on a wheelchair-accessible synthetic surface. Play features include climbing areas of simulated rock, cables, ladders, interactive panels, slides, decks, swings, shade and a three-level tower. The park has paved parking, restrooms and a pavilion that can be reserved for private parties.

 

Check out this YouTube video! It is a fun glimpse into the creation of the new playground and was created by the vendor.

36. McInnish Park and Sports Complex

 

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2340 Sandy Lake Road

(Park Site-North)

2335 Sandy Lake Road (Sports Complex - South)

 

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This 220-acre park has many amenities. There are 27 sports fields located inside of McInnish Park, with 12 soccer fields, 10 baseball fields, and 5 adult softball fields. There are a total of 6 concession/restroom facilities, 2 playgrounds with rubberized surface, trails, and lots of shade. There is also a lake for fishing and RC boats. McInnish Park is also a great place to watch wildlife and have a picnic. The park hosts multiple running and cycling events throughout the year. RE Good Soccer Complex is located inside McInnish Park and is included in the above information. The 34-acre park north of Sandy Lake contains grills and picnic tables, a multipurpose sports field for soccer, and river frontage with a boat ramp for canoeing and fishing.
37. Mill Valley Park

 

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2100 Carmel Drive

Carmel & Keller Springs Road (two blocks east of Josey Lane)

 

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12-acre park site was deeded to the city as a neighborhood park for the Mill Valley addition by developer Joel Robuck. The city will make additional improvements to the site as funds are available. Facilities include 1 lighted tennis court and a multipurpose court for volleyball and basketball.

 

The Purple Trail goes through this park.

38. Nob Hill

 

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Crooked Creek at McCoy

 

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102 acres includes small ponds, wildflower areas and walking trail.

 

The Blue Trail goes through this area.

39. Oak Creek Park

 

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2537 Oak Creek Drive 

 

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Adjacent to the Oak Creek Tennis Center, this park has a pavilion, playground, practice field, basketball court and concrete trails.

40. Oak Creek Tennis Center

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2531 Oak Creek Drive

 

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Built in 2001, this facility features 12 lighted hard courts with shaded spectator and court benches. Our pro shop includes racquets, stringing, ball machine rental, accessories and concessions. Several ESPTA certified tennis professionals on staff offer a full array of adult and junior programs and tournaments.
41. Oak Hills Park

 

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1210 East Hebron 

 

Hebron Parkway & Rolling Oaks Drive

 

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Reservations are not required for the use of this pavilion.

4.50-acre site includes a pavilion, basketball court, sand volleyball court, playground, walking paths, drinking fountain, picnic table, BBQ grill and parking.

42. Oakwood Springs Park

 

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1817 Hamilton Road

 

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Built in 2008, this 6-acre park includes a pavilion, playground with rubberized play surface, walking path, grills, sand volleyball court and water fountain. 
43. Pioneer Park

 

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Carroll @ Main

 

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The smallest park in Carrollton at one-half acre sits near Old Downtown, and includes the city square and gazebo. It has been designated a historical site. Enjoy the changing view of the downtown area from a park bench.
44. R. E. Good Sports Complex

 

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2335 Sandy Lake Road

extension of McInnish Park on the south side

 

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This 48-acre tract is an integral part of the McInnish Park Sports Complex with access through McInnish park via McInnish Park Drive. The park includes 5 soccer fields, roadway/parkway area, picnic facilities, playground, nature trail, overlook shelter and drinking fountains.

45. Rosemeade Rainforest Aquatic Complex

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1334 E. Rosemeade Parkway

 

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Located adjacent to Rosemeade Recreation Center, the aquatic complex consists of a 50-meter Olympic size pool, 25-meter short course, separate diving well and training pool. The Rosemeade Rainforest section features a zero-depth entry pool, two platform levels with bridge, water cannons, bubblers, spray bars, water slides, a 200-foot lazy river and a 600 gallon dump bucket. The complex also includes a bathhouse, concessions, picnic tables, lounges and shaded areas.
46. Rosemeade Recreation Center and Park

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1330 E. Rosemeade Parkway

 

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28 acres surround the recreation center just east of Old Denton Road. The park has grills, parking and an updated playground made possible by a partnership with The Rotary Club.

47. San Chester Tract 

 

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west of Eisenhower and north of Peters Colony Undeveloped. Beautiful natural area with a lake and walking path.
48. Standridge Memorial Park

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1715 Rosemeade Circle

Rosemeade Circle at Dogwood

 

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2.50-acre site donated to the city as a passive area by George Underwood, Jr. in honor of the late Mayor Tommy Standridge. Amenities include walking paths, lighting, landscaping and seating.
49. Ward Steenson Park

 

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2050 E. Jackson Road

 

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Reservations are not required for use of this  pavilion.

15 acres located at E. Jackson and Jamestown, just east of City Hall, this park is named after a former prominent civic leader in Carrollton.  Amenities include sidewalks, pedestrian lighting, playground, pavilion, basketball court, interpretive signage, grills, drinking fountain, park benches, and a 6-foot wide, quarter-mile long walking trail with access to the Purple Trail.
50. Timbercreek Park 

 

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1717 W. Rosemeade Parkway

 

Rosemeade Parkway & Greenglen Drive

 

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Reservations are not required for the use of this pavilion.

7-acre park with water fountain, grills, playgrounds, walking path, basketball court, and picnic pavilion.

51.  W. J. Thomas Sports Fields

 

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1950 N. Perry Road (sports fields)

 

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25-acre park with lighted sports facilities, 2 youth baseball fields, 1 football field and a concession/restroom facility. This park connects to Josey Ranch Sports Complex to the East. Sits across Perry Road from the W. J. Thomas park/splash park.

52. W. J. Thomas Park and Splash Park

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1955 N. Perry Road

 

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Home to our first splash park, this site has a restroom facility, picnic areas, bbq grills and lots of shade. It also has a playground and 3 lighted tennis courts.

53.  Woodlake Tennis Courts - Greenbelt Park

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Scott Mill Road, east of Thomas Elementary School

 

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14.5 acres of beautiful greenbelt park with four lighted tennis courts, walking path and water fountain.

 

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