Parks and Trails
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Irving has opened a limited number of parks.
Visit the Parks and Recreation Reopened Facilities page for specific information on available services, hours of operation and visit guidelines. Please be advised that facility operations are subject to change.
Park Facilities Map (PDF)
View a map of the parks located in the City of Irving.Link to page
Arbor Day Celebration
The annual Arbor Day Celebration features a variety of activities and interactive displays centered on trees, nature and the great outdoors.Link to page
Irving Dog Park
Learn more about the dog park including hours, dog park rules, and more.Link to page
Tree City USA Program
Learn more about the Tree City USA Program that Irving has been a member of since 2009.Link to page
Check out a list of parks located in the City of Irving.Link to page
Urban Forestry Program
The City of Irving is dedicated to to the care and management of its trees to create social and environmental benefits to the community.Link to page
Learn more about the city's neighborhood park trails, as well as the beautiful Campion Trail.Link to page
Veterans Memorial Park
Learn more about Veterans Memorial Park.Link to page
Irving boasts more than 80 parks with over 2,000 acres of land maintained by the City of Irving Parks and Recreation Department. Activities available throughout the city include picnicking, hiking/biking trails, sports of all kinds, fishing, swimming, and recreation centers.
Irving Named Tree City USA
The Tree City USA program, sponsored by the Arbor Day Foundation in cooperation with the USDA Forest Service and the National Association of State Foresters, provides direction, technical assistance, public attention, and national recognition for urban and community forestry programs in thousands of towns and cities that more than 135 million Americans call home.
Nationwide, more than 3,000 cities participated in the Tree City USA program. Through strategic initiatives the City of Irving was officially named a Tree City USA designation in 2009. Annual observances, community forestry education programs, and other initiatives that promote environmental sustainability are ongoing in Irving. The achievement of this designation demonstrates that Irving is a community that really cares about its environment.
Irving’s Tree Guide
Presented by the Irving Parks and Recreation Department through the Irving Tree Board, this colorful tree guide publication (PDF) serves as a guide for residents that may have questions regarding how to plant a tree, proper pruning, maintenance, disease, and other issues that trees face in northern Texas. Included is a list, along with photos with the top 25 recommend trees for Irving.