Lewisville, Flower Mound and Highland Village have a number of outdoor parks geared toward a series of activities. Many local parks take advantage of the nearby nature amenities they have to offer.


1. Central Park

The park was developed in 1986 as Lewisville’s Sesquicentennial Park, which celebrated 150 years of independence for the Republic of Texas. The park has pavilions available for rental.

Cost: Free

Hours: 6 a.m.-10 p.m.

1899 S. Edmonds Lane



2. East Hill Neighborhood Park

East Hill Neighborhood Park is almost 22 acres in size and is one of the larger neighborhood parks in Lewisville. The uncovered picnic and covered picnic areas cannot be reserved and are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Cost: Free

Hours: 6 a.m.-10 p.m.

2681 Lake Ridge Road



3. Lake Park

The park is over 662 acres. Lake Park is operated by Lewisville on property leased from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. It is divided into four major areas, including the golf course, the athletic facilities, day-use areas and a marina.

Cost: $10 (credit card only)

Hours: 7 a.m.-9 p.m.

600 Sandy Beach Road



4. Lewisville Lake Environmental Learning Area

The LLELA offers a variety of outdoor nature programs that feature bird watching, history and hiking on 2,600 acres. The park is open for field trips and to the general public daily along with a set schedule of events and activities.

Cost: daily entry $5 (per vehicle), $20 (per van or bus with 10-25 passengers), $30 (per bus with more than 25 seats)

Hours: 7 a.m.-7 p.m.

201 E. Jones St.



5. Railroad Park

The park, which opened in 2009, features 16 sports fields, a dog park, a skate park, three lakes for irrigation and a 1.5-mile perimeter walking and jogging trail designed to connect to the regional Trinity Trail. The original Katy Train Depot once stood 1 mile north of the park, and its railroad track just west of the park now serves the Denton County Transportation Authority’s A-Train. The theme of the park embodies the deep tradition of the local rail service.

Cost: Free

Hours: 7 a.m.-11 p.m.

1301 S. Railroad St.




6. Heritage Park of Flower Mound

This Flower Mound park has a splash pad, wildflower-themed playground, performance pavilion, disc golf course, nature overlook, pond with boardwalk and waterfall, picnic tables and multiuse trails.

Cost: Free

Hours: 5 a.m.-11 p.m.

600 Spinks Road



7. Leonard & Helen Johns

Community Park

The park has a fishing pond, tennis courts, picnic tables, pavilions, grills and multiuse trails.

Cost: Free

Hours: 5 a.m.-11 p.m.

1850 Timber Creek Road




8. Post Oak Park

Post Oak Park is a bug-themed playground. It offers pavilions, picnic tables, a fishing pond, nature trails, a boardwalk, an observation deck, multiuse trails and adult exercise equipment.

Cost: Free

Hours: 5 a.m.-11 p.m.

751 Flower Mound Road



9. Spring Lake Park

Spring Lake Park offers residents a fishing pond, picnic tables, grills, pavilions and multiuse trails.

Cost: Free

Hours: 5 a.m.-11 p.m.

4815 Windmill Lane



10. Twin Coves Park and Campground

Twin Coves Park is located on 243 acres on the north shore of Grapevine Lake. Families can enjoy a variety of features, including a playground, pavilions, a grass volleyball court, horseshoes, nature trails, kayak rentals, a boat launch and a lake overlook area with a fire pit and seating.

Cost: $10 (per vehicle)

Hours: 6 a.m.-10 p.m.

5001 Wichita Trail




11. Copperas Branch Park

Copperas Branch Park is a regional park leased from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and is located on the shoreline of Lake Lewisville. The park is approximately 75 acres and is open year-round.

Cost: $10 (per vehicle/per day)

Hours: 5 a.m.-11 p.m.

101 Highland Village Road


12. Pilot Knoll Park

Pilot Knoll Park is a park bordering Lake Lewisville in Highland Village. This park is 65-85 acres, depending on the water level. It is available for camping, hiking, horseback riding and other outdoor activities. The park has a day use area, overnight and primitive camping.

Cost: $10 (per vehicle per day)

Hours: 5 a.m.-11 p.m.

218A Orchid Hill Road



13. Unity Park

Unity Park is Highland Village’s 38-acre community park. Unity Park contains five softball/baseball fields, four batting cages, four tennis courts, eight U5 soccer fields, hike and bike trails, a small pond with a fishing pier, four practice soccer fields, a picnic pavilion, a Kid’s Kastle playground structure and a dog park.

Cost: Free

Hours: 6 a.m.-11 p.m.

2200 Briarhill Blvd.



14. Village Park

Village Park in Highland Village offers benches, a fishing pier, grills, picnic tables, a playground, a trail and a water fountain.

Cost: Free

Hours: 5 a.m.-11 p.m.

3000 Saddle Brook Drive