Please note that the restroom facilities and water fountains at
Olde City Park, Community Park and Founders Park close due to
winterization December through the first week of March every winter.
Wylie City Parks
Click on the park link to see pictures and amenities.
Pavilions (may reserve for a fee): Community Park and Olde City Park. Accommodate larger groups, have lighting, electrical outlets and restrooms.
Pavilions (may reserve at no cost): Eureka Park, Friendship Park, Riverway Park and Valentine Park.
Gazebo (may reserve for a fee): Olde City Park. Has lights and electrical outlets available.
Pirates Cove: Founders Park. Please note that pavilions at Founders Park may not be reserved and are available only on a first come first serve basis
Soccer practice fields (no lights, free to reserve): Avalon Park (4), Creekside Park (2), Dodd Park (4) and Lakeside Park (4).
Backstops-practice (no lights, free to reserve): Avalon Park (2), Creekside Park (1), Dodd Park (4) and Valentine Park (4).
Cricket Pitch...COMING SOON! Dodd Park (1)
Basketball courts (free to reserve): Community Park (3 unlighted), Founders Park (1 lighted), Creekside Park (1), Eureka Park (1), Friendship Park (1) and Lakeside Park (1).
Sand volleyball courts (free to reserve): Founders Park (2 lighted) and Community Park (1 unlighted).
Tennis courts: Founders Park. Eight lighted courts shared with WISD.
Disk Golf: Oncor/Lavon Park.
Horseshoe pit: Olde City Park.
Skate park (free but cannot be reserved): Joel Scott Memorial Park.
Hike and bike trails: Founders Park, Community Park, Olde City Park, Sage Creek, Muddy Creek Preserve, Friendship Park, Birmingham Farms, Creekside Park, Joel Scott Park, Eureka Park, Kreymer Estates, Meadowview Estates and Wylie Lakes.
Natural surface trail: Trinity Trailhead.
Please note that all City of Wylie pavilions, gazebo, practice soccer fields and practice backstops are available for use on a first come first serve basis unless a permit has been issued. A permit is recommended if exclusive, guaranteed use is desired.
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