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Pocket Parks And Greenbelts

Trailwood is graced with three pocket parks (see the Trailwood map for locations) along its mile length of greenbelt. The greenbelt is paved concrete that meanders within a  forested corridor.  Along the greenbelt,  there are numerous access points off of existing streets, surrounding villages and parks.

The Trailwood Pool Park is the social hub of our village.  In addition to our community pool, it has play areas for toddlers to teenagers, swings, picnic tables and our community meeting room.

The pocket park located in the central  area of Trailwood is Tangle Lake Park.  Appropriately named  after the street it is located off of, it has a large open space adequate for a neighborhood game of football, soccer or frisbee.   It also has a playground structure, swings, picnic tables and a newly constructed GaGa Ball Pit for children and adults to enjoy together.

A third pocket park, known as Village Green Park, is located near Woodland Hills Drive between Kingwood United Methodist Church and Holy Comforter Lutheran Church.  The park was originally a forested area with benches, but following the drought in 2011-2012 many of the trees were lost.  Currently, the park is undergoing a redesign and when completed will contain open green space for a variety of lawn games including horseshoes, a bocce ball court, new benches, and various tree plantings to commemorate Trailwood's 50th anniversary in 2021.

The greenbelts and pocket parks in Trailwood provide an opportunity for residents to enjoy the great outdoors right down the street from where we live.  Residents can also enjoy Deer Ridge Park, a Kingwood community park located just to the south that is accessed via Kingwood's extensive greenbelt system.  Facilities include baseball fields, soccer fields, tennis courts, basketball  courts, horse stables, duck pond and playgrounds with picnic tables.

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Please contact the TWCA Board parks representative with any questions, comments, or concerns regarding the Trailwood parks or greenbelt.