Greenbelts, Nature Preserves & Special Purpose Parks
In addition to the existing Community and Neighborhood parks, Cedar Hill has one special purpose park and six greenbelts totaling nearly 41 acres of park land.
The majority of these parks exist along creeks and drainage ways and many include trails. There is also four open space preserves/nature areas in Cedar Hill, totaling an additional 248 acres of park land with Cedar Hill.
Cedar Trails - 940 Black Walnut Trail
This 15 acre park features the following, one full basketball court, one play structure for children, ages 5 to 12 and one unlit pavilion with no electrical outlets with 2 picnic tables.
Map to Cedar Trails Green Belt
Waterford Oaks East - 638 Oak Creek Drive
This 8 acre park features a pond, concrete Picnic Areas and paved trail measuring 3,000 feet (approximately 0.6 miles).
Map to Waterford Oaks Green Belt
Windmill Hill - 1310 Watercourse Way
This 3 acre green belt and open space property currently features a 1,500 foot paved trail (approximately 0.3 miles).
Map to Windmill Hill Green Belt
Wooded Creek - 955 Wooded Creek Drive
This 7 acre park features, one play structure for children 5 to 12 years old, one unlit pavilion with no electrical outlets with 2 picnic tables, and paved trail measuring 3,000 feet (approximately .57 miles).
Map to Wooded Creek Green Belt
Calabria - 750 W. FM 1382
This 51.86 acre park is an undeveloped special use natural preserve.
Map to Calabria Nature Preserve
Cedar Mountain - 1300 W. FM 1382
Cedar Mountain Preserve, including the trail, is closed during Phase I of 1382 Trail Construction. We are sorry for any inconvenience this causes and will reopen as soon as safely possible.
This 110 acre Dallas County Open Space Program / City of Cedar Hill joint park currently features, one bench, paved parking for 12 vehicles (1 handicapped), paved trail measuring 1,320 feet (approximately 0.3 miles) and unpaved trail measuring 3,960 feet (approximately 0.7 miles). Additional info is available on the Dallas County Open Space Program website.
Map to the Cedar Mountain Nature Preserve
Lester Lorch - 1823 Texas Plume Road
The Lester Lorch Nature Preserve is funded by the Dallas County Open Space Program, and the City of Cedar Hill. This 86 acre special use nature preserve offers, approximately 2.5 mile soft trail, one pond, one open play area, paved parking, two picnic tables and unpaved parking.
Map to Lester Lorch Nature Preserve
Lester Lorch also features a disc golf course. A map of the disc golf course (PDF) is available online.
- Beaver course 1st tee is located next to the paved parking lot.
- Coyote course 1st tee is across the pond.
- Park offers 36 total hole disc golf course, suitable for tournament and casual play.
For more information on Disc Golf, please visit the Professional Disc Golf Association's website.
Pioneer - 600 Cedar Street
This 0.25 special use park offers, beautiful landscaping, Cedar Hill Town Square Historical Marker, Commemorative brick pavement, elevated stage and parallel curb parking. This downtown park, made possible by the Wylie Family and the City of Cedar Hill, is the focal point for many Main Street Activities.
Map to Pioneer Park