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The Royse City Parks & Recreation Department ensures that it’s residents’ outdoor experience is a pleasure by providing relaxing green spaces to connect with friends, family and neighbors.

City Lake Park

A peaceful place to take a walk, have a picnic, or host an outdoor event with clean trails that wrap around the pond and provides both covered and uncovered picnic areas.  New playground equipment just a few steps away for children to play on, complete with climbing surfaces, slides, monkey bars and a separate swing area for the kid in all of us.  Benches are provided for adults to rest comfortably as the children play.

Walker-Hawk Splash Park

New to Royse City’s recreational venue is the Walker-Hawk Splash Water Park. Located along State Highway 66, the six-acre park includes a pavilion, playground and splash water area and is the perfect setting for those hot summer family outings. Open 10am to 9pm daily from Memorial Day  thru Labor Day.

Stone River Golf Club

The 18-Hole Stone River Golf Club features 6,432 yards of golf from he longest tees, for a par of 72. Your golfing skills will be tested over rolling, green acres highlighted by glistening ponds and groves of trees. Stone River Golf Club caters to both the dedicated golfer and those just picking up the game of golf. Multiple tee boxes are friendly and forgiving for your novice players.
Within a short drive from Royse City are many challenging and picturesque golf courses. One course has been ranked as the #4 public course in Texas. Other courses offer tennis, swimming and fitness rooms as well as a great game of golf.

Walker-Hawk Sports Complex

Thanks to donations by Mr. Dee Brown Walker and Mr. Robert Hawk, the community sports complex was created. The Walker-Hawk Sports complex contains four softball/baseball fields, a playground, a concession stand and a soccer/football field. Thanks to a grant through the Texas Parks and Wildlife and the CDC, the city was able to connect the sports complex to the recently renovated, Old Mill Park. A 3,750 foot trail connects the two parks and offers two shade structures along the trail with benches, all made possible through the grants.

More For the Youth

Every parent wants to know that no matter where they live, activities to engage their children will abound, and living in Royse City means just that. Royse City residents can involve their children in a number of programs in and around Royse City. A division of the Boy Scouts of America, the Royse City Explorers, is comprised of young men and women ages 15-20. The group is funneled through the city’s Fire Department and meets weekly. Other notable programs include the Boys and Girls Clubs of America, Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts, and a very active area Youth Association which offers a variety of sports activities for children of all ages throughout the year.