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Birmingham Farms Park - 725 Odenville Drive
Creekside Estates Park South - 3105 Hinnant Court New playground on Peggy Loftice Drive is now open!
Dodd Park - 1501 Selma Lane
Founders Park - 851 Hensley Lane
Friendship Park - 1621 White Ibis Way
Kings Bridge Park - 2600 Irene Drive
Lakeside Estates Park - 300 Lakehurst Drive
Parkside Park - 2106 Lakefield Drive
Riverway Park - 1200 Riverway Lane
Sage Creek Park - 2906 Ryan Drive The Sage Creek Trail is currently closed due to high water.
Wooded Creek Park - 2616 Spanish Oak Trail
Community Park - 800 Thomas Street
Joel Scott Memorial Park - 424 Westgate Way
Kirby Park - 300 Masters Avenue
Meadowview Estates Park - 406 Carver Drive
Muddy Creek Preserve - 5351 Pleasant Valley Road
Municipal Complex Trail - 300 Country Club
Olde City Park - 112 South Ballard Avenue
Southbrook Park - 231 Shadybrook Drive
Twin Lakes Park - 326 Canyon Lake Drive
Valentine Park - 1202 Birmingham Street
Avalon Park -1312 East Brown Street
Braddock Park - 1300 Elm Drive
Eureka Park - 351 Rutherford Avenue
Kreymer Estates Park - 101 Lyndhurst Drive
Oncor Park - 961 East Brown Street
Pheasant Creek Park - 1705 Harvest Crossing Drive
Trinity Trailhead - 1815 Skyview Drive
Wylie Lakes Park - 2124 Colby Lane
Baby/tot swings: Pirate Cove (Founder's Park), Olde City Park, Friendship Park, Kirby Park, Sage Creek Park, Valentine Park and Wylie Lakes Park.
Backstops (no lights): Avalon Park (2), Creekside Park (1), Dodd Park (4) and Valentine Park (4). Available on a first come, first served basis only. Please note that Dodd Park backstops are unavailable on Saturdays and Sundays throughout the year due to Cricket.
Basketball courts: Community Park (3 no lights), Founders Park (1 lighted until 11:59 pm), Creekside Park (1), Eureka Park (1), Friendship Park (1) and Lakeside Park (1).
Cricket Ground (no lights): 1 available at Dodd Park. The cricket ground is available for weekend use only.
Disc Golf: Oncor Park.
Gazebo (fee to reserve): Olde City Park. Has lights and electrical outlets available.
Hike and bike trails: Wylie Municipal Complex Trail (1 mile), Founders Park (1.8 miles), Community Park (1.05 miles), Olde City Park (0.36 mile), Sage Creek (0.65 mile), Muddy Creek Preserve (0.5 mile), Friendship Park (0.3 mile), Birmingham Farms (0.45 mile), Creekside Park (0.85 mile), Joel Scott Park (0.48 mile), Eureka Park (0.35 mile), Kreymer Estates (1.4 miles), Meadowview Estates (0.4 mile), and Wylie Lakes (0.65 mile). Kings Bridge Park (0.3 mile) is under construction. Valentine Park (0.4 mile).
Natural surface trail: Trinity Trailhead.
Pavilions (fee to reserve): Community Park and Olde City Park. Accommodate larger groups, have lighting, electrical outlets, grills and restrooms. Please note that restrooms are closed and winterized the first week of December through February 28 (dates subject to change during threats of freezing weather.) Portable toilet placed on site during closing period.
Pavilions (may reserve at no cost): Eureka Park, Friendship Park, Kreymer Estates, Riverway Park and Valentine Park. Founders Park pavilions are available on a first come, first served basis only.
Sand volleyball courts: Founders Park (2 lighted until 11:59 pm) and Community Park (1 no lights). Authorized league use has priority at the Founders Park courts, otherwise, available on a first come, first served basis only.
Skate park (free but may not be reserved): Joel Scott Memorial Park.
Soccer practice fields (no lights, 1 side of field per team): Avalon Park (2), Creekside Park (1), Dodd Park (2) and Lakeside Park (2). Available on a first come, first served basis only. Please note that Dodd Park soccer fields are unavailable on Saturdays and Sundays throughout the year due to Cricket.
Tennis courts: Founders Park. Eight lighted courts shared with the Wylie Independent School District.