Addison Parks at a Glance
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3900 Beltway Dr.
This beautiful, 52,000 square-foot, residents-only facility offers a wide array of recreation, health, fitness, and athletic programs. The Athletic Club features an Olympic-size indoor pool, child care, saunas, state-of-the-art exercise and cardio equipment, gymnasium, indoor track, racketball courts, and a new outdoor swim complex. For more information, click here.
4950 Addison Circle Dr.
Bounded by Addison Road, Addison Circle Drive, Quorum Drive, and Festival Way, this 10-acre open space serves as the special event site for Addison's Taste Addison, Kaboom Town, Oktoberfest, and many other events throughout the year. The park features a pavilion, restrooms, public display fountains, water features, two stages, an impressive pergola, benches, and off-street parking.
Currently the interactive fountains are closed for repairs.
3799 Sidney Dr.
At the corner of Woodway Drive and Sidney Drive and one block north of Spring Valley Road, this beautiful little gem was Addison's first park. Opened in 1980, the park features a half mile lighted looped jogging trail, playground, park benches, pet waste dispensers, and on-street parking.
5044 Addison Circle Dr.
Between Quorum Drive and the North Dallas Tollway, Beckert Park is surrounded by the high-rise buildings of the Addison Circle District. It is a favorite place for office workers to relax during lunch and for residents to meet in the evenings. The park features a lighted walkway, park benches, attractive landscaping, pet waste dispensers, and on-street parking.
Addison is known for its unique characteristics, from its 170 plus restaurants and the busiest general aviation airport in Texas, to its special events (who else celebrates the fourth of July on the 3rd and Oktoberfest in September?). However, what is coming out of the ground in Addison's new urban hub is more than unique, it is visionary.
On April 13, 2000, the Town held a great party to celebrate and dedicate "Blueprints at Addison Circle. More than 700 residents and friends helped celebrate the final result of over four years of hard work by hundreds of architects, engineers, artists, and craftsmen.
Learn more about Blueprints.
15675 Quorum Dr.
Between Airport Parkway and Addison Circle Drive, a one-acre park is nestled between apartment buildings in the Addison Circle District. This naturalized park features an original strand of beautiful red cedar trees, a lighted walking path, a fountain, patio tables, park benches, pet waste dispensers, and on-street parking.
5501 Celestial Rd.
This quiet, 4-acre neighborhood park on the north side of Celestial Road at Bellbrook Drive is a good spot to sit and reflect on the beautiful surroundings. It features a jogging trail, steps with celestial quotations and poetry leading up to a human sundial, park benches, plant identification throughout the park, and pet waste dispensers. Stand on the appropriate month-engraved stone in the middle of the sundial and your shadow will be cast onto the appropriate time-engraved stone (not allowing for Daylight Savings Time.) On-street parking is available on Celestial Road in front of the Addison Pump Station.
3900 Beltway Dr.
The Addison Arbor Foundation, in conjunction with the Town of Addison, opened the Addison Community Garden at the Athletic Club in September 2010.
The Addison Community Garden is located on Beltway Road at the southwest corner of Addison Athletic Club property (across from the entrance to the outdoor pool). Participation is open to Town of Addison residents. Charter memberships began in early July with volunteers pledging 50 community service hours and a $100 donation. If you would like to participate in the Addison Community Garden, please download and complete the Adopt-a-Plot and Release of Claims forms, then send them to the Addison Arbor Foundation. For inquires about the community garden, please contact Randy Rodgers at 972.450.7048.
3901 Beltway Dr.
The entrance to Addison's largest park is across the street from the Addison Athletic Club. The park encircles and meanders through the Les Lacs subdivision. It features a trail that connects to the 2.5 mile Redding Trail Loop, a lake, two playgrounds, a pavilion that Addison businesses and residents may reserve for parties, picnic tables, a grill, two sand volley ball courts, an outdoor basketball court, tennis courts, park benches, pet waste dispensers, and off-street parking. The park is also home to a perennial research garden, which uses 30 varieties of perennials to determine how they perform under varying shade conditions.
To reserve the Les Lacs Park Pavilion, call 972.450.7048 or fill out the Reservation Form.
N Addison Park Trail
At the north end of the parking lot directly north of Trinity Christian Academy High School building, this most-hidden, little-known park is a real find for those who can locate it. Dedicated to teaching the basic food groups, the park features a half-mile one-way jogging trail, arbor pavilion, picnic tables, park benches, and pet waste dispensers.
16201 Quorum Drive
One of Addison's most popular parks, Quorum Park is on the west side of Quorum Drive between Westgrove Drive and Keller Springs Road. The park features a relaxing atmosphere with a display fountain (beautifully lit at night), small pyramid fountain, benches, and lighted walking path. Pet waste dispensers and on-street parking are available.
Park at the SW corner of Office in the Park parking lot at 14677 Midway Rd.
Redding Trail Dog Park is a small park divided into two sections, one for large dogs and one for small ones. Each section has drinking fountains for the dogs and their people, as well as benches and double-gated entries. The dog park is at the far east end of Redding Trail, a beautifully landscaped trail running along the Oncor utility easement.
Starting August 1, 2016 the Redding Trail Dog Park will close during rain events to ensure healthy turf in the dog park for the enjoyment of all users. To check the status of the Redding Trail Dog Park please contact the Dog Park Hotline at (972) 450-8851.
3966 Vitruvian Way
A spring-fed creek and 12 acres of green space make up the showcase amenity of Vitruvian Park and serve as the heart of the development. This world-class park invites participation with public art, live performance venues and dramatic water features.
A walkway meanders along with creek and connects to other regional trails. Future enhancements will include the addition of athletic fields, art installations, a sculptural play-scape and an interactive fountain.
Belt Line Road and Winnwood Road
Park at the Addison Finance Building and enter the trail at the southeast corner of Belt Line Road at Winnwood Road. This beautiful 3/4-mile nature trail meanders alongside the west bank of White Rock Creek, with numerous creek overlooks and views. Park benches provide perfect reflection settings. Pet waste dispensers are available.
5580 Belt Line Rd.
Take a cue from the wedding photographers - this park is beautiful! Because of its picturesque gazebo over the pond, bridge, floating fountain, deck overlooks, and park benches, this is our most popular parks for wedding photos. All this lush landscaping also provides an inspiring backdrop for walkers and joggers who use the jogging trail.