About Wylie Parks
949 Hensley Lane, Building 200
Wylie, TX 75098
Pavilion/Gazebo Reservations: 972-516-6340
Athletic Field Conditions Hotline: 972-516-6350
Email Staff: Parks@wylietexas.gov
COMING SOON! Municipal Complex Trail - East Meadow.
- April/2017 Picture Update
Find a Park
Wylie is home to more than 700 acres of parkland and open space. In those parks, you’ll find over 10 miles of trails, 15 playgrounds, and 8 pavilions available for reservation, horseshoe pits, soccer fields, baseball fields, football fields, a nine-hole disc golf course, a cricket pitch, and much more. Over the next few years, the Parks and Recreation Division plans to continue implementation of the 2012 Trails Master Plan, which will increase the miles of trail in Wylie to better connect you with your community.
Find a Pavilion
Pavilions are available on a first-come, first-served basis and by reservation. Locate the right pavilion for your next outdoor gathering.
Find an Athletic Complex
Athletic Complexes are available for baseball, softball, and soccer league games and practice.
The City of Wylie is proud to partner with several local youth sports leagues to make team sports available for the children of Wylie. Soccer, softball, and baseball leagues play every spring and summer, and football is available in the fall. Soccer, football, and softball games are played at Founders Park, and baseball games are played at Community Park.
Our Parks and Recreation Master Plan was adopted by the City Council in 2010. It serves as a guide for appropriate park uses and for the location of parks within the city, and amenities within parks. The plan serves as a long-range vision (10-20 year timeframe) for future development, programming, and recreation opportunities. Issues typically addressed in parks master plans include planned park elements, natural and cultural resource management, and general design concerns. The plan is conceptual in nature and not intended to address detailed issues related to engineered site design or park operations. The plan is just one of many steps in the process that leads to the development of public parks.