Neighborhood Parks, Trails and Facilities
Prosper’s accessible parks and playgrounds encompass nearly 469 acres of open spaces, recreational venues, and facilities for sports and fitness. There are 42.26 developed miles of hike and bike trail in Prosper.
List of Prosper Parks and Facilities:
- Boyer Park – Passive pocket park with two lanai structures, benches, a drinking fountain, and wall of children’s handprint tiles.
- Cedar Grove Park – Neighborhood park features a looped hike and bike trail, nature area, parking, and irrigated open space area.
- Chuck and Cindy Stuber Elementary School Playground – Playground with swings.
- Eagles Landing Park – Neighborhood park with lighted baseball field, softball field, t-ball field, backstop, lighted multi-purpose field, portable restrooms, basketball court and walking trail.
- Folsom Park – Neighborhood park with a lighted soccer field, backstops, a walking trail, playground, parking and a pond.
- Frontier Park – Community park featuring a sports complex with lighted soccer fields, two lighted synthetic turf multipurpose fields, three lighted synthetic turf softball/baseball fields, three lighted baseball fields, two lighted softball fields, three backstops, four lighted batting cages and three restroom/concession structures.” The park also includes an additional restroom, a walking trail, a pond (catch and release only), hike and bike trail, a community-built playground (Windmill Playground), a pavilion structure, and splash pad. Site Plan
- Hackberry Park – Neighborhood park with a playground, pavilion, open space, two backstops, two half basketball courts (one lined for pickleball) and a looped hike and bike trail.
- Hays Park – Pocket park with playground, open lawn space and wildflower area. Termed a pocket park because of its proximity to a specific neighborhood and lack of a large parking lot, Hays Park is among the parks typically accessed by residents on foot. Hays Park Master Plan
- Lakewood Preserve – Neighborhood park amenities include a 2-12 playground unit, swing sets, natural areas, and a 10′ hike and bike trail. The playground has been selected as a a Playcore National Demonstration Site program for NatureGrounds. Lakewood Park Master Plan.
- Pecan Grove Park – Neighborhood park features a pond, playground, creek, picnic tables, park benches, open playing fields and trails for hiking and biking.
- Prairie Park – Neighborhood park with irrigated open space, a playground with western-themed play equipment, large pavilion shelter, basketball courts, two backstops, picnic tables, benches and loop hike and bike trail.
- Preston Lakes Park – Neighborhood park includes open space, a playground and a looped hike and bike trail.
- Raymond Community Park Final Master Plan
- Reynolds Tennis Courts – Facility with four lighted tennis courts.
- Star Meadow Park Master Plan
- The Park at Star Trace – Neighborhood park with playground equipped with basketball court, backstops, picnic tables, pavilion and benches and a loop trail.
- Town Lake Park (Greenspoint) – This entrance to Town Lake Park provides access to the 27-acre stocked lake (catch and release, please) , fishing dock, hike and bike trails and picnic areas. Kayaking, canoeing and non-motorized boating are allowed.
- Town Lake Park (Whispering Farms) – This entrance to Town Lake Park provides access to the 27-acre stocked lake (catch and release, please), parking, gazebo and fishing dock. Kayaking, canoeing and non-motorized boating are allowed.
- Tucker Park – Pocket park with hike and bike trails, an open space field and parking.
- Whitley Place Park – Neighborhood park offers fishing, parking, pavilion, and hike and bike trails.
- Windsong Park – Neighborhood park features an irrigated open space, two backstops, a playground set (designed for ages 2-5 and 5-12), swing set and a looped hike and bike trail.
After hours parks assistance (non-emergency line): 469-400-1656.
Frontier Park Information
Pavilion rental at Frontier Park.
The Splash Pad near Windmill Playground at Frontier Park is open from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
July 22, 2022: The Town of Prosper continues to urge residents to exercise water conservation by limiting both indoor and outdoor water use. The Town is also participating in these conservation efforts by minimizing irrigation of Town-owned property including parks and medians. In addition, the water feature at both Frontier Park and Boyer Park have been temporarily shut off.
Athletic Fields Information
General field information:
Field Rainout Hot Line: 972-662-8999. Field conditions are updated at 3 p.m. daily.
For field availability and reservations, contact Trevor Helton, Recreation Manager, at 972-569-1064.
Game field reservations must be made two (2) days in advance of use date. Reservations may be made for Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Fields are closed for maintenance on Wednesdays and Sundays.
Practice field reservations for a weekend day and time must be made in advance: by 3 p.m. the Thursday prior. Practice fields rentals are for up to 1-1/2 hours per rental.
Field reservation details:
- $35 per hour for non-synthetic turf, and $70 per hour for synthetic turf, for teams registered with PYSC, PASO or, PBSA and the team is comprised of at least 80% Town residents.
- $45 per hour for non-synthetic turf fields, for teams that are not registered with PYSC, PASO, or PBSA. The synthetic turf fields are unavailable to rent for teams comprised less than 80% Town residents.
- The use of lights requires an additional $20 per hour.
- Rental fee must be paid in full at the time the reservation is made.
- Acceptable forms of payment: Check, Visa, MC
**Anyone utilizing a field without a reservation, or when the field is closed, will be required to leave the field. Please note that a violation of the Town’s Ordinance is subject to a $500.00 maximum fine.
|Field Type||Resident||Non-Resident||Additional Lighting Fee|
|Turf Fields, Per Hour||$35||$45||$20|
|Synthetic Fields, Per Hour||$70||N/A||$20|