Leashed pets are welcome in our parks but not on the athletic fields. Please make sure to pick-up after your pets! Not only does cleaning up after your pet help ensure clean parks, it is the healthy and environmentally sound thing to do. Pet waste can be harmful to people and is a contributor to water pollution when washed into storm sewer systems and streams. Did you know we have Pet Waste Stations at some of our local parks? They can be found at Kimmel, Mountain Peak, and Ridgeview Parks. Please see our Pet Waste Information Sheet for issues and helpful hints.
234 N. 8th Street, between Ave E and F (View map)
A quiet and peaceful downtown park, landscaped with beautiful flower beds and lots of shade trees and a walking path.
Site of the Larkin Newton Log Cabin which was built in 1848.
801 W. Avenue F. & N. 2nd Street (View map)
2.1-acre fenced community park located in the center of town. Kimmel Park has a charming bandstand, pavilion, 1/4 mile perimeter walking trail, benches, water fountain, playground, picnic tables and lots of shade trees.
200 S. 7th Street & W. Railway Avenue (View map)
Peaceful 0.25-acre community park with a central pavilion, surrounded by landscaped trees and plenty of beautiful flowers, benches, picnic tables and a playground.
3601 S. 14th Street, north of Ashford Lane (View map).
Phase one opened February 3, 2017 with soccer and football fields, concession stand/restroom facility, playground, walking trail (one-mile loop around the perimeter and 3/4 mile interior pathways) and more. No pavilions were included in this phase, however, future phase two plans include a pavilion which will be available for rental.
1111 Walter Stephenson Road, south of Highway 287 Bypass (View map) This 4 acre park opened January 24, 2019 with separate areas for small and large dogs, agility equipment, 1/3 mile walking trail, restrooms, drinking fountain/bottle filler, Wi-Fi, lighting, and security cameras. Click here to view the dog park rules.
1000 S. 14th Street, south of George Hopper Rd. intersection (View map)
25-acre sports complex, maintained in cooperation with Midlothian ISD, that has a football field with quarter mile track, 4 ball fields, 8 tennis courts, a basketball court, 4 sand volleyball courts, concession stand and many other amenities.
Effective January 2016, Midlothian Parks and Recreation is now a member of the United States Tennis Association (USTA) and our courts are an official USTA member facility. Thor Guard Lightning Warning System
1361 Onward Road, off Mockingbird Lane (View map)
62-acre nature park with a hiking trail, public restrooms, butterfly garden, pond, bluebird nestboxes, boardwalk and native grass areas. The city partners with the Indian Trail Chapter of the Texas Master Naturalists for the development of this park. Visit inaturalist.org for more information on the projects at the park. Photo Album
PETS ARE WELCOME BUT MUST BE LEASHED