Willow Fork Park
Located at the northwest corner of 99/Grand Parkway and Cinco Ranch Blvd., north of Cinco Ranch High School, Willow Fork Park, which opened in November 2016, was developed by WFDD in collaboration with Katy ISD. The 32-acre park, which is part of Phase II in the District’s parks master plan, is funded through bond proceeds.
The passive-use park provides residents with another high-quality recreational environment. The project improves and transforms 32 acres of flat land into a multipurpose environment with compelling topographical undulations, multipurpose open lawns, trails, a lake, and other recreational features. A series of large rolling hills, some rising as high as 20 feet, create topographical interest and play opportunities throughout the park. Additional park components include boardwalks, a pedestrian bridge, a pavilion with restroom facility, playground, disk golf, solar-powered lighting, rock outcroppings, bio swales, and educational signage.
Willow Fork Drainage District does not accept reservations for the pavilion at Willow Fork Park, it is available for use on a first come, first served basis. There are no planned, large scale events allowed to be held at the park.
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