Parks and Trails


The parks in the Spring Creek Ranch community offer hours of enjoyment for the families and kids in the community. When the weather is warm it is rare that the parks won't be bustling with the sounds of kids voices enjoying themselves. The amenities offered in the community are plentiful with 4 play areas, 2 tennis courts, 3 pickleball courts, 4 basketball courts, 4 pavilions and approximately 2.5 miles worth of walking and sight-seeing trails.

Reserving the Pavilions, Tennis or Basketball courts

When you plan on using a pavilion, tennis or basketball court for an event it is recommended that you reserve them with the Board at least one week in advance of your event. The process for reservations is as follows, fill out the reservation request form below, receive approval from the board, your time is added to the Upcoming Events widget (on the right side of the page). It is a good idea to check Upcoming Events to see if the items is already reserved. On the day of the event you can put a sign on the item stating that it is reserved. Please clean up after yourself when you are done. 


Spring Creek Park (Skylark Park), Map   

  • Play area
  • Tennis courts (2)
  • Basketball courts (2)
  • Sport court 
  • Bathrooms (2)
  • Drinking fountain
  • Benches (4)
  • Parking lot (8 stalls)

Spiderweb park, Map 

  • Play area
  • Benches (2)
  • Pavilion
  • Picnic tables (3)

Quail Run Park, Map 

  • Play area
  • Benches (2)
  • Pavilion
  • Picnic tables (3)
  • Charcoal BBQ (3)

Spring Creek Ranch Park, Map 

  • Play area
  • Pickleball courts (3)
  • Basketball courts (2)
  • Open grass field
  • Exercise bars and stretching stations
  • Pavilion
  • Picnic tables (3)
  • Parking lot (20 stalls)





Pavilion on Grey Goose Road, Map 

  • Pavilion
  • Picnic tables (6)
  • Charcoal BBQ (2)
  • Benches (2)









Walking Trails

There are approximately 2.5 miles of trails that run all through the parks, the community and the stream area. The trail at Spring Creek Ranch Park has a loop and has offshoots that go through the wetlands and creek area.

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