Fishing is allowed in any Cedar Hill Park unless reserved for a special event. If you are 16 years or older and wish to fish, a license is required.
Click here for a map of all parks and amenities located in Cedar Hill.
Enjoy one of the City's 6 Community Parks which vary in character from Crawford Park, which is smaller and offers more passive amenities to Valley Ridge Park, which offers predominately active amenities, such as baseball, softball, soccer and football fields for both adult and youth sporting events.
Alan E. Sims Cedar Hill Recreation Center Park -
310 E. Parkerville Road
This 28.43 acre park located at our Recreation Center features: a pond with a lighted fountain, an open play area and paved trail approximately 0.6 miles.
Map to Alan E. Sims Cedar Hill Recreation Center Park
Community Center Park - 1740 Mansfield RoadThis 5.1 acre community park offers 2 lighted baseball/softball fields with concessions/restrooms, a .3 mile paved trail, play structure for children 5 to 12 years old, 1 basketball court and 3 picnic tables. Also located at Community Center Park is Cedar Hill's Senior Center.
Map to Community Center Park
Crawford Park - 401 Straus Road
This 10.76 community park currently offers a pavilion containing 7 picnic tables (available for rental), a play structure for children 5 to 12 years old, public restrooms, 1 baseball/softball field, 2 lighted tennis courts, 3 lighted basketball courts, 2 soccer fields used primarily for practices, 3 grills and picnic tables. The park also has Cedar Hill's outdoor swimming pool (available for rental).
Map to Crawford Park
Parkerville Park - 501 W. Parkerville RoadThis 24.1 acre community park has 4 picnic tables, 1 grill, 5 lighted baseball/softball fields, a concession building with restroom facility and a play structure for children 5 to 12 years old.
Map to Parkerville Park
Valley Ridge Park - 2850 Park Ridge Drive
This is a 164 acre community park located within the Lake Ridge Community that offers a 3000 sq. ft. amphitheater (available for rental) with natural bowl seating for 2,000 with 882 paved parking spaces. The park also features 4 play structures for children ages 5 to 12 years old, a stocked fishing pond with a pier and fountains, approximately 1.5 mile paved trail, 3 football fields (2 lighted), 18 soccer fields (5 lighted), 4 lighted softball fields, 6 lighted baseball fields and 4 concession buildings with restrooms.
Virginia Weaver Park - 631 Somerset Drive
This 27.64 acre community park offers one basketball half court with 1 basket, one creative playground for children 5-12 years old, one lighted pavilion (available for rental) with electrical outlets containing 7 tables, one party grill, public restrooms and paved trail approximately 0.3 miles and Virginia Weaver Softball Complex. There is also a trail head for Red Oak Creek Trail
Bear Creek Park - 620 Midlake DriveThis is an undeveloped neighborhood park, containing approximately 5 acres.
Bradford Park - 401 W. Wintergreen RoadThis 5.6 acre park is located within the High Point Public Improvement District and features a 27 x 27 lighted gazebo, with electrical outlets (available for rental), fishing pond with fountain, four grills, open play area, half mile paved trail, and a wishing well.
Map to Bradford Park
Map to Dot Thomas
David Rush Park
Approximately, 8.3 acres, this park offers open play area, a practice baseball/softball field and 2 practice soccer fields.
Map to Highlands Recreation Area
features, eight grills, one drinking fountain, five picnic tables, one exercise course with 1 exercise station, one multi-use practice field providing 1 backstop and 2 football goals, one play structure for children 5 - 12 years old, one unlit pavilion with no electrical outlets containing 3 tables, paved parking for 24 vehicles (2 handicapped), paved trail measuring 2,154 ft. (approximately 0.4 miles), two benches and two unlit tennis courts.
Map to J.W. Williams Park
Kingswood Park - 1528 Sharon DriveThis 12.5 acre neighborhood park located within the Kingswood Homeowners Association currently offers, drinking fountain, eleven paved parking spaces (2 handicapped), one individual grill, one lighted pavilion with electrical outlets, containing 3 picnic tables, one party grill, one play structure for children 5 - 12 years old, paved trail measuring 1,490 ft. (approximately 0.3 miles), seven benches and unpaved trail measuring 890 ft. (approximately 0.1 mile).Map to Kingwood Park
Longhorn Park - 425 E. Parkerville RoadThis 8.6 acre neighborhood park features eight paved parking spaces (2 handicapped, four benches, one drinking fountain, one exercise course, featuring 4 exercise stations, one grill, one lighted pavilion with electrical outlets, containing 3 picnic tables, one play structure for children 5 - 12 years old and paved trail measuring 2,899 ft. (approximately 0.5 miles)
Ramsey Park - 1313 High Pointe LaneThis 6.02 acre neighborhood park Located within the High Pointe Improvement District offers, five grill, one drinking fountain, one exercise course with 2 exercise stations, one lighted pavilion with no electrical outlets containing 1 table, one multi-use practice field with 1 backstop and 2 football goals, one play structure for children 5 - 12 years old, one unlit field used primarily for organized football, paved parking for 13 vehicles (1 handicapped), paved trail measuring 1,448 ft. (approximately 0.3 miles), six picnic tables, two unlit tennis courts.
Map to Ramsey Park
Wildwood Park - 2415 S. Lakeview DriveThis 5.58 acre neighborhood park is located in the Lake Ridge neighborhood and features, one play structure for children 5-12 years old, one party grill, open play area with backstop, three benches and a paved trail measuring 0.25 miles.
Map to Wildwood Park