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Parks & Recreation

For families who want to spend time together enjoying a leisurely stroll, feeding the ducks, eating a picnic lunch, or just watching the clouds breeze by, Ennis offers 18 beautiful City of Ennis parks covering over 177.63 acres of land that can more than satisfy one's outdoor needs.


The following is a listing of the 18 parks located within the City of Ennis:


Name of Park
Veterans Memorial Park

The Newest Addition to the City of Ennis, Texas Inventory of Parks!

(2301 Ennis Parkway)




Three (3) Lighted Competition Football/Soccer Fields for League Play

Call the City of Ennis Parks Department for Schedule Information: 972.875.1234

Six (6) Youth Soccer Fields (Use by Reservation)

Concession/Restroom Building, 0.4 Mile of Walking Paths, Picnic Tables, Children's Playground

Veterans Memorial Monument Honoring Veterans From Each 20th and 21st Century US Military Conflict

Lion's Park

(Intersection of Hall Street and Lampasas Street)



Large Group Pavilion - Available by Reservation Only: Call the City of Ennis Parks Department for Rental Information: 972.875.1234

(Large Group Pavilion Features: Large BBQ Grill, Picnic Tables, Restrooms, Adjacent Lake Overlook)

Two (2) Smaller Pavilions with BBQ Grills and Picnic Tables

Fishing Lake with Overlooks

4 Park Benches, Swings, Slide, Climber, 1/2 Mile of Scenic Walking Paths

Bluebonnet Park

(Ennis Parkway at U.S. 287 Bypass)

46.098 Acres  8 Lighted Baseball/ Softball Fields, 6 Lighted Soccer Fields, 2 Concession/ Restroom Buildings, 2 Modular Play Areas, 5 Picnic Shelters, Group Shelter, Walking/ Jogging Paths, Fishing Lake, Park Benches, Handicapped-Accessible Fishing Area
Cerf Park & Library

(Ennis Public Library: Corner of Ennis Avenue & Gaines Street)

 0.75 Acres  Landscaped Area, 2 Park Benches
Community Park

(300 W. Crockett Street)

4.1 Acres  Community Center, Basketball Goals,  6 Swings, 2 Picnic Tables
Jaycee Park

(Park Street at Mockingbird Circle)

38.0 Acres  8 Swings, 4 Climbers, 2 Slides, Picnic Tables, 2 Tennis Courts, 3 Backstops, Fishing on City Lake
Kiwanis Park

(Park Street at Old City Lake)

4.5 Acres  6 Swings, 3 Climbers, Slide, 3 Picnic Tables, Fishing on City Lake
Lake Clark Park

(West End of Baldridge Street)

30.0 Acres

 Swings, 2 Picnic Tables, Fishing on City Lake

Lake, Boat Ramp and Boat Dock

Roger Maise Park

(Martin Luther King Drive at Jones Street)

3.5 Acres  Lighted Softball Field, 6 Swings, 2 Climbers, Slide, Restroom Facility, 3 Picnic Tables, 3 Basketball Goals
Storey Park

(N. Preston Street at Cherry Lane)

6.0 Acres  Backstop
Triangle Park

(Clay Street at W. Lampasas Street)

0.25 Acres  Landscaped Area
Willy Love Park

(Crisp Pike Road at Faulkner Avenue)

0.25 Acres  4 Swings, Climber
Minnie McDowell  Park

(N. Dallas Street at W. Knox Street)

0.10 Acres  Landscaped Area, Park Bench

Garrett Park

(E. Moore Street at N. Shawnee Street)

1.25 Acres

 Basketball Court, Park Bench

Faulkner Street Park

(South of E. Freeman Street at Faulkner Street)

1.25 Acres  Basketball Court, Park Bench
 Fairview Park

(Corner of 4th Street & Avenue "A")

6.9 Acres  Swings, Slide, Climber, 2 Backstops
 Pierce Park

(NW Main Street at Knox Street)

4.0 Acres  Landscaped Area


For the recreation and sports enthusiast, the City of Ennis has a wide array of year 'round, fun events and activities for our Ennis residents and our visitors as well. Please contact the specific locations at the telephone numbers listed below for more information.


Type of Activity


Tennis Courts
(4 Indoor Courts & 5 Outdoor Courts)

Lion Tennis Center
(Owned by the Ennis Independent School District)
2104 W. Ennis Avenue
Tel: 972.875.9144


Tennis Courts
(2 Outdoor)
Walking/ Jogging Path
(1/2 Mile - Lighted)

Jaycee Park
Park Street at Mockingbird Circle

Walking/ Jogging Path
(1/2 Mile)

Lions Park - Hall Street at Lampasas

Walking/ Jogging Path
(0.4 Mile)
Veteran's Memorial Park - 2301 Ennis Parkway

Walking/ Jogging Path
(1 Mile)

Bluebonnet Park - Ennis Parkway at U.S. 287 Bypass