The City of Cedar Park - Parks & Recreation Department maintains over 1000 acres of parkland, over forty parks, 250 acres of cave preserves, 92 acres of detention pond areas, 121 acres of undeveloped parkland, two community gardens, a clubhouse, basketball courts, eight tennis courts, three swimming pools, a water playscape, Recreation Center, skate park, and much more!
The Cedar Park Sculpture Garden is located next to the Cedar Park Recreation Center at 1435 Main Street in Cedar Park. The Sculpture Garden is an exhibit of sculptures that are on an annual rotating display.
The Cedar Park Parks and Recreation Department strategically plans for the future. Our latest Master Plan is for Lakeline Park, which will be the City’s largest park, that is currently being constructed.
Look up information on sports facilities that can be reserved in the City of Cedar Park. All of these fields require a Sports Fields Special Use Application. You will want to get your requests in early. Priority is given to previous programs and reservations that are in good standing with the City of Cedar Park and then any additional unused time is made available to applicants based on several criteria including the number of people served, percentage of participants that are Cedar Park residents, type of sport, etc.
The Treasure of the Hills Senior Center of Cedar Park is committed to enrich the lives of older adults in our community. Our center is the place where seniors become empowered to grow, develop and get involved. Consider the center as your “home away from home.”