Parks and Recreation

Mission 


The mission of the Flower Mound Parks and Recreation Department is to enhance the quality of life for the residents of Flower Mound by providing:
  • Cultural arts
  • Multi-generational athletic facilities
  • Nature trails
  • Outstanding customer service
  • Parks
  • Recreational services

Pink Evening Primrose Trail


Pink Evening Primrose TrailSegment 1 of the Pink Evening Primrose Trail is currently under construction. The new 8' wide concrete trail will connect to the crossing at Morriss that makes a connection to the Riverwalk Development. It will then meander through the open field and behind the daycare facility to Timber Creek. It will run north on the west side of Timber Creek to College, replacing the existing sidewalk, and then on up to connect to the existing 8' trail behind Lamar Middle School. While the west side of Timber Creek is under construction, people will be directed to use the east side of Timber Creek. The entire project is projected to be complete by the end of October 2018. Should you have any questions, contact Kari Biddix, Park Development Manager, at (972) 874-6278

Heritage Park Phase IV


In April of 2018, the Town of Flower Mound along with North Rock Construction started constructing Phase IV of Heritage Park. This phase includes over a mile of 8 foot multipurpose trail, wildflower areas, nature observation platform, entry signs, sundial entry circle, kiosk station with trellis, wildlife encounter stations with interpretive signage, an 18-basket disc golf course, parking, lighting, irrigation, and landscaping.

The wildlife encounter nature trail is going to be a great feature of Phase IV. The trail will be concrete that is stamped and colored to blend in with the natural surroundings to provide a safe and accessible trail. Along the path, park users will encounter life size bronze sculptures of indigenous animals to the Flower Mound area such as bobcats, deer, and coyotes. In addition, there will be interpretive signage of each animal that will include pictures, facts and descriptions, as well as life size paw prints that the patron can then use to find the location of the print in the nature trail. There will be a total of 12 bronze sculptures with the opportunity to add more in the future.

The Town expects to have the bulk of this phase completed by November and all the bronze sculptures installed by the spring of 2019. This final phase will complete the Master Plan for Heritage Park which officially opened to the public on October 20, 2012. The Parks and Recreation Department looks forward to seeing residents enjoy the park and its many amenities for years to come!
 

Heritage Park Phase III


Construction on Phase III of Heritage Park has been completed, and a grand opening ceremony was held on April 28. Residents can enjoy 25 additional lighted parking spaces, concrete sidewalk and trail additions, a splash pad with shade structures, a restroom building, erosion control, and a new performance pavilion. Fort Wildflower Community Playground, which was closed during construction, is also reopened. Click here to see a detailed image of the splash pad. 
 

Flower Mound Parks and Recreation Win Gold Medal Award 


The Town of Flower Mound was recently recognized for its excellence in the field of Parks and Recreation Management by the Texas Recreation and Parks Society (TRAPS). The Town was selected to receive the 2015 Texas Gold Medal Award, which honors communities throughout the state that demonstrate excellence in long-range planning, resource management, community programs and events, marketing efforts, and agency recognition during the last three years. Flower Mound is the only Class III city (Populations 50,001 to 100,000) in the state to receive this designation in 2015. The TRAPS award was officially presented at the TRAPS Annual Institute in Abilene on March 5, and a presentation was made at the Town's PALS Board meeting on March 17.
 

Park and Trail Improvements 


The Parks and Recreation Division is working hard to enhance the quality of life of Flower Mound residents, including updating and renovating many Flower Mound playgrounds, parks, and trails. Take a look at the Park and Trails Improvements page, or submit a request to improve your favorite park.
 

Flower Mound Park Pavilions 


Rent one of our beautiful park pavilions for your next party or event. The Parks and Recreation Division maintains several pavilions throughout the Town including the newest pavilion at The Heritage Park of Flower Mound, adjacent to the Fort Wildflower community built playground. Park facility reservations can be scheduled up to six months in advance. Reservations must be made in person at the CAC during regular business hours (Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.). For more information, call 972.874.6300, or visit our reservations page.
 

Adventures Online Registration 


The Town of Flower Mound is excited to offer online registration through the Adventures Online Registration system. Residents can access up-to-date information and register for Recreation, Athletics, and Senior programming, and renew their CAC memberships 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 

Parks and Trails Master Plan Map 


Be sure to check back periodically for updates to the Parks & Trail Map. Trail sections are constantly changing from proposed to existing as the Town continues to develop. If you have any comments or questions regarding the map, feel free to contact Kari Biddix, Park Development Manager, at 972.874.6278 or email.

Download the Flower Mound Parks and Trails Map