Lakeville parks & trails map (2.6 MB)
Kenwood Trail disc golf course - closed December 1, 2015-February 15, 2016
The Parks & Recreation Department maintains a total of 62 public properties consisting of neighborhood and community parks, athletic fields, playgrounds, greenways, trails, tennis courts, skating rinks, picnic areas, conservation areas, nature areas, several public fishing areas, three swimming beaches, and the City's Central Maintenance Facility, Senior Center, and the Lakeville Area Arts Center.
There are more than 100 miles of pedestrian and bike trails. Also available are cross-country ski trails, snowmobile trails, nature trails, and equestrian trails. In total there are more than 1,400 acres of public parks and open space.
The Parks, Recreation, and Natural Resources Committee is the citizen advisory group that makes recommendations to the City Council regarding parks and trails, recreation, and natural resource planning and management.
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Summerlyn Development neighborhood park plans
The Parks, Trails and Open Space Plan identifies a neighborhood park north of Donnelly Farms in the Summerlyn Development. Preliminary design of the park was completed in 2014 with construction proposed for spring/summer 2016. This neighborhood park would not only serve Summerlyn Development but also the Donnelly Farms, Crescent Ridge, and Chokecherry Hill Developments. The park would include items such as shelter, playground, basketball half-court, benches, walking trails, open green space, and other small amenities.
Summerlyn Park Master Plan (3.1 MB)
Summerlyn Park location (1.7 MB)
Reports and plans