Two Castle Hills parks received upgrades as part of citywide park improvement efforts.

Stony Passage Park and Windsor Park opened in December, according to Lewisville officials. Construction at both parks began in August.

The details

At Stony Passage Park, construction crews removed the old equipment and installed three multitiered towers, slides, a small rock-climbing wall, a free-standing swing set and shaded seating areas, according to project details. The project cost $451,000.

The $413,00 project for Windsor Park featured installation of two large structures with multiple slides, climbing units, a rope walk, a large swing set and multiple shaded areas. Both parks also received a new rubber play surface.

Both projects were paid for through reserve funds from the former water districts that were dissolved when Castle Hills was annexed in 2021, according to project details.