Stonebridge Ranch Parks 

One of the lesser known amenities in Stonebridge Ranch includes the community pocket parks and playgrounds. There are 12 pocket parks in Stonebridge Ranch.   All 12 parks are property of and maintained by the Stonebridge Ranch Community Association (SRCA).  Members desiring to use any portion of the parks and playgrounds for large gatherings or group picnics are responsible to ensure that these facilities are clean before leaving the area.  Sports facilities are available on a first-come, first-served basis daily from sunrise until dark.  Group or team use of playing fields should be limited to one (1) hour if other members are waiting to use the field. 

The following is a list of the 12 Stonebridge Ranch Parks.  Please note that these addresses are not exact locations but the closest proximity to each park.  The addresses listed below serve the purpose for mapping and driving directions only.  

Please click on each address to view a map of each park. 

Wren Creek Pocket Park 
 1701 Camberton Drive


  Wyndsor Grove Pocket Park
704 Glendevon Drive

 Woodhaven Park Area Pocket Park
1121 Woodcliff Drive

 Arbor Glen Pocket Park
2019 Springcress Drive 

Eagle Creek Park
 8001 Owl Creek Lane

Fountainview Park
2805 Ozark Cove

Quail Creek Pocket Park
5003 Quail Creek Drive

Nora Haney Park
located on Lake Forest between Glen Oaks and Eldorado

Saddlehorn Ridge Pocket Park
300 Saddlehorn Drive

Stanford Meadow Pocket Park
2504 Wingate Lane

Willow Brook Pocket Park
5912 Berkshire Road

Beach and Tennis Club Park
6201 Virginia Parkway

Five On-Site City Parks 
W.B.Finney Park at Glen Oaks. A 13 plus acre park with two soccer practice fields, two playgrounds, a multipurpose court, and room for expansion.

Falcon Creek Park: an 11 plus acre park which includes a walking trail, two soccer fields, a softball field, two playgrounds, and a picnic pavilion overlooking a small lake.

Gabe Nesbitt Park: A 150 acre park currently offering three baseball fields and five softball fields. The park's master plan is expected to include soccer fields, tennis courts, picnic shelters,playgrounds, and connecting hike-and-bike trails.

Tom Allen, Jr. Park: A six (6) acre park with picnic pavilion and playing fields.

Carey Cox Memorial Park: An 11 plus acre park which includes a level turf area for practice team sports, play features for both 2-5 year olds and 5-12 year olds, a shelter, climbing boulders, swings, and jogging path. The park will house the administrative offices of the city's Parks, Recreation and Open Space staff. 


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