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Parks & Trails in the Forest

With more than 700 acres dedicated to parks, recreational areas, sports fields and open areas, Woodforest is a natural place to play.  The 3-acre Jackson Park caters to baseball and soccer enthusiasts. And because we know Fido is a member of the family too, part of the playfield is devoted to the Admiral Bark Park, named in honor of Woodforest's first four-legged resident. 

Scooter Park

Forest Heights Scooter Park keeps young residents active with swings, slides, a seesaw, merry-go round and 6-foot-wide scooter racetrack encircling the playground.

Fox Trail Park

Now open in the Deerbourne Ridge neighborhood, Fox Trail Park has traditional playground equipment that is modeled after the cute wildlife often spied in the neighborhood.

Jackson Park

Residents have a ball at Jackson Park, a 3-acre green space for baseball and soccer enthusiasts complete with soccer goals, a backstop, bleachers and benches to watch all the action!

Kingsley Park

The urban-inspired Kingsley Park offers several gathering spaces, including a fire pit surrounded by Adirondack chairs and a community harvest table adjacent to an outdoor kitchen. Café lights & lawn games allow for evening get-togethers.

Monarch Park

A butterfly-themed park and play ground offering fun for the whole family. 

Kinderwood Park

In Kinderwood Park, play comes naturally. Here the community's youngest residents can climb on boulders, balance on logs and dig in a dry creek bed. Additions to the park were completed in 2017 with new play structures and a swing set.

Christine Allen

Nature Park

Development is continuing in the 33-acre Christine Allen Nature Park. A trail will encircle the current fountained pond, inviting evening strolls and offering a spot for peaceful respite. 

Cypress Trail Pond

Cypress Trail, a 3-mile hike-and-bike trail, meanders throughout the community connecting neighborhoods to parks and playgrounds.

Wallaroo Park

Interactive technology meets outdoor play in a fully accessible park space. Wallaroo Park features a Sona Play Arch, a dynamic structure that uses smart camera technology to measure the movement of those playing games using sound and movement.

Lily Pad Splash Park

Lily Pad Splash Park has features to keep kids of all ages busy for hours. There's a creek surrounded by wet areas with fountains that shoot water up to 10 feet. The shaded pavilion is a great space for picnics and birthday parties.

Admiral Bark Park

Named after Woodforest's first canine resident, Admiral Paul, Admiral Bark Park includes dedicated play areas for small and large pups, watering stations to quench their thirst and dog pick-up stations to keep it clean. This is the perfect surrounding for our four-legged residents located next to the new Woodforest Fire Station and the Jackson Park at Woodforest Parkway and Overland Trace Drive.