The Parks and Recreation Department provides a variety of facilities to its residents throughout the city. From indoor recreational opportunities to neighborhood swimming pools to jogging trails, the city's Parks and Recreation facilities are designed to help residents stay fit and active.
The department also offers facility rentals at its aquatic centers and recreation facilities.
Browse the website for more information, or contact the Parks and Recreation Department for specific details.
Learn about the City of Irving's pools, aquatic centers and spray parks, including locations and hours of operation.
Indoor Aquatic Centers
Irving Parks and Recreation welcomes residents back to its indoor aquatics facilities! Heritage Aquatic Center and North Lake Natatorium are now open to Irving residents.
Dive into fun at Irving's free splash and spray parks.
A variety of opportunities for swim summer fun are available through the City of Irving’s outdoor seasonal pools, which are open Memorial Day through Labor Day.
Swimming Pools Map (PDF)
View this map of swimming pools in the City of Irving.
- Indoor Aquatic Centers
Learn more about the buildings, gazebos, fields and aquatic centers that are available for renting or reserving in the City of Irving.
- Aquatic Center Rentals
Athletic Field Rentals
The City of Irving Athletics Department rents lighted and unlighted baseball fields and multi-use fields under the supervision of Parks and Recreation. Practices use fields are available at Cottonwood Creek and Twin Wells, which are lighted fields, and Fritz Park, which does not have lights. Fritz Park and Twin Wells can be rented for softball and baseball play only.
After significant renovation, the Irving Golf Club, 2000 E. Shady Grove Road, is open at 7:30 a.m. daily. The remodeled 18-hole course winds along the Trinity River and offers a sweeping view of the Dallas skyline.
Irving's Dog Park is located at 4140 Valley View Lane, next to the Irving Animal Care Campus.
View the park facilities of the City of Irving.