In Motion


Whether you’re jogging, biking or simply taking a stroll, Denton offers lots to see for little cost. Seeking a beautiful park? Check. Want to de-stress and decompress with some yoga? Check. Whatever your preference, there’s a place for you here within your city and its stunning natural surroundings. That’s a check, mate.

Denton Parks & Rec


North Lakes Park (2001 W Windsor Dr) 
South Lakes Park (556 Hobson Ln)
See trails & distancing information here


Eureka 2 at South Lakes Park (556 Hobson Ln)
Full park listing here


Avondale Park (2021 Devonshire Dr)
Briercliff Park (3200 State School Rd)
Carl Gene Young Sr. Park (327 S. Wood St)
Cross Timbers Park (8402 Clear River Ln)
Denia Park (1001 Parvin St)
Fred Moore Park (500 S Bradshaw St)
Joe Skiles Park (1721 Stonegate Dr)
Mack Park (2000 E McKinney St)
McKenna Park (700 N Bonnie Brae St)
North Lakes Park (2001 W Windsor Dr)
South Lakes Park (556 Hobson Ln)


Nette Schultz Park (1517 Mistywood Ln)
South Lakes Park (556 Hobson Ln) (currently limited to four players or fewer per court)


North Lakes Park Driving Range (2001 W Windsor Dr)


Evers Park Batting Cages FREE and open daily (2101 N. Locust St) 

Dog Parks?

Wiggly Fields at Lake Forest Park (1760 E. Ryan Rd)
North Lakes Dog Park (808 W Windsor Dr)

Other sports? 

North Lakes Disc Golf Course, FREE and open daily from 6 a.m. – 10 p.m. (2201 N Bonnie Brae)

Closed due to COVID-19: Water Works Park, Civic Center Pool, Denton Civic Center, Rec Centers*

Bike routes

Discover Denton on two wheels. With the current circumstances, bike sales are at their highest in 50 years. Now that you’ve got your bike, where do you ride it safely in Denton?
A-train Rail Trail
City of Denton Bike-Walk GIS Map

Karma Yoga Denton

Our awesome local yogis have transitioned to virtual classes, streaming live on Zoom. Visit their Facebook page for upcoming virtual events while classes can’t be held in person.

Clear Creek Natural Heritage Center 

Clear Creek Natural Heritage Center: 3310 Collins Rd (Open daily from 6 am – 10 pm. Free admission) 
This area has more than 2,900 acres of bottomland hardwood forest, prairie and diverse aquatic habitats. There are more than 10 miles of hiking trails, but do follow instructions regarding trail conditions, especially when the weather has been rainy.
Please check their social media for updates on trail conditions.