About the Department
The City of Irving Parks and Recreation Department is pleased to offer a variety of innovative programs to the community. There is a senior center, gazebos that can be reserved, picnic shelters, and buildings available for club and private use. Seasonal pools and two year-round indoor aquatic facilities provide numerous opportunities.
The Irving Parks and Recreation department is committed offering a welcoming environment to members, visitors and guests, and it does not tolerate discrimination of any kind based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression/reassignment, or any other status protected by national, federal, state or local laws.
More than 2,000 acres of park land awaits exploration through amenities such as:
- Hiking and biking trails
- Picnic areas
- Disc golf
Special events, athletic fields, as well as tennis and basketball courts provide even more opportunities for you to fill your every recreational need.
For information on recreational opportunities in the City of Irving, please visit the Recreation Division page. There you will find more information on the various recreation centers and what activities are offered.
There are currently 43 parks with over 2,000 acres of land maintained by the City of Irving Parks and Recreation Department. For more information, visit the Parks Division page.
The City of Irving Parks and Recreation Department maintains:
- Three seasonal pools: Lee, Lively, and Senter
- Two seasonal aquatic centers: Cimarron Family Aquatic Center and West Irving Aquatic Center
- Two splash parks: Northwest Park and Southwest Park
- Two year-round indoor facilities: North Lake Natatorium and Heritage Aquatic Center
The seasonal facilities open in late May around the Memorial Day holiday and are open until Labor Day. For more information, visit the Aquatics Division page or call (972) 721-2501.