Milam Park is a 1.02-acre, neighborhood park located at 256 Mockingbird Ln. Amenities include: Benches (2) Drinking fountain Picnic table Playground … [Read more...]
Explore the Parks
Denton resident’s lives are enriched by our city’s outstanding parks system that includes 32 parks and trails, 27 playgrounds, 25 bridges, 23 pavilions, dozens of sports facilities, 5 recreation centers and gyms and too many classes to count. The Denton Parks Foundation is committed to meeting the needs and expectations of the community and helping fill the gap that exists when the needs surpass the tax dollars available. The Denton Parks Foundation is a separate 501(c)3 organization that collaborates with the Denton Parks and Recreation Department. The Foundation has no direct affiliation with the City as it is governed by its own board of directors.
For more information about our City's parks please visit their website.
Amenities include: Basketball court Grills (6) Pavilions (3) Picnic tables (32) Playground Swing set … [Read more...]
Amenities include: Baseball fields with lights and benches in dugouts (3) Basketball court Benches (3) Bleachers (11) Concessions / restrooms (2) Drinking fountains Grill Multi-use courts (2) Pavilion Picnic tables (9) Playgrounds (2) Security lighting Shade structures (4) Soccer field Swing set … [Read more...]
Joe Skiles Parks is a 5.5-acre, neighborhood park located at 1721 Stonegate Dr. Amenities include: Basketball court with three goals Benches (5) Drinking fountain Grill Goals (soccer / football / rugby) Picnic tables (5) Playground Shelter Swing set Tennis courts (2) … [Read more...]
The Green Belt is a joint project with the Army Corps of Engineers, the City of Denton, and the City of Dallas. Open to the public, visitors can bike or hike from the northern edge of Lake Lewisville (Elm Fork of the Trinity River at Highway 380) to the southern edge of Lake Ray Roberts. Horseback riders can join this trail at FM 428 and proceed north to Lake Ray Roberts then continue on along the … [Read more...]
Fred Moore Park is a 10-acre, neighborhood park located at 500 S. Bradshaw St. Amenities include: Basketball courts, lighted (2) Benches (6) Bleachers (6) Bridge Drinking fountains Grills (3) Pavilions (2) Picnic tables (20) Playgrounds (2) Restroom Senior center (7,170 SF) Softball field Stage Swing set Trail (0.83 miles, concrete) … [Read more...]
Evers Park is a 29.41-acre, community park located at 3201 N. Locust St. and hosts well lit baseball diamonds. Easily accessed from Loop 288, only a few blocks south on North Locust Street. Amenities include: Baseball fields with benches, dugouts, and scorer’s table (11) Benches Bleachers (41) Boy scout hut Concessions stand Drinking fountains Grills (2) Pavilion Picnic … [Read more...]
Denia Park is located at 1001 Parvin Street and is home to a rec center, outside sport fields, picnic areas, and is a designated voting location. Amenities include: Basketball / multi-use court Benches (8) Bleachers (14) Concessions stand / restroom Drinking fountains Goals (soccer / football / rugby) Pavilion Picnic tables (15) Playground with shade structure Recreation … [Read more...]
Southlakes Park is a complex of trails and playgrounds including two lakes. It parallels Teasley Lane just a couple of blocks south of I-35E. Southlakes Park includes the Eureka Park Playground Area. Amenities include: Basketball court Benches (27) Bridges (4) Dog stations (3) Drinking fountains Fishing piers Goals (soccer) Grills (12) Lakes (2) Pavilions (4) Picnic … [Read more...]
The Playground that Continues to Build Community In 1995, thousands of volunteers from across Denton came together to design and build the original Eureka Playground. In 2015 and now 20 years older, this much-loved and much-used playground had reached the end of its projected life. The community members who built the original Eureka Playground built a foundation for the future. They created a … [Read more...]