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Park Use

This page provides an overview of policies and rules regarding park use. For more detailed information regarding specific park facilities and the policy and rules for their use, you can visit the Park Facilities page.

Message from the Board of Directors

The Board of Directors hope that you enjoy the District’s Parks. Please use them in a safe and considerate manner. If you have any questions, or if the facilities need attention, please contact the Walker House On-Site Representative: 512 259 0959, email

Park Areas

  • Tumlinson Park
  • Comanche Park
  • Apache Park
  • Jumano Park
  • Tonkawa Park
  • Greenbelts

Park Rules

Following is a summary of park use rules and policies. You can also get the Full Park Rules Document for the complete, printable rules.

Access Policy

The District’s Parks are available only to residents of the District. Residents must have their Recreational Photo ID in their possession while in the District’s Parks, or they may be asked to leave. Recreational Photo IDs may be obtained at Apache Pool during regular Pool hours, or by contacting the District’s General Manager.

Guest Policy

Guests are welcome when the following policies are observed:

  • Guests must be accompanied by a resident of the District.
  • Each household is limited to a maximum of 30 guests.

Rules and Regulations

  • Curfew: Dusk to dawn.
  • No commercial activity or use.
  • No piñatas or confetti.
  • No destructive activities.
  • No disorderly, dangerous or offensive conduct.
  • No profanity.
  • No skateboards or skates.
  • No glass containers.
  • No alcoholic beverages.
  • No illegal or controlled substances.
  • No smoking.
  • No open flames. Fires must be contained in barbeque grills only. Portable barbeque grills are allowed, but any trailer-type barbeque grills must remain in the parking lot. Please make sure all fires and/or coals are extinguished prior to your departure from the area. Do not place coals or embers in the trash receptacles. Any time a burn ban is implemented by Williamson County, no fires will be permitted.
  • No hurling, throwing, discharging, firing or propelling by any means any missile is permitted. This rule applies to, but is not limited to, golfing activity, firearms, pellet guns, air guns, fireworks, bows and arrows, blowguns, slingshots and other hazardous items, and throwing stones, darts, knives, spears and javelins. This rule does not apply to balls, Frisbees and other athletic objects.
  • Thrashing or any similar action to remove pecans from pecan trees located in the Parks is not permitted.
  • No riders and horses are allowed in the Parks.
  • Any pet in the Parks must have all required vaccinations and be on a leash under the physical control and restraint of its owner at all times. Pets may not run loose in the Parks, whether wearing a leash or not. Pet owners must furnish proof of current vaccinations upon request. All waste generated by a pet while being walked in the Parks must be collected by the owner and disposed of in an appropriate trash receptacle. Violations of the rules and regulations contained in this Order will render the owner subject to a fine under Section 13 of these rules for each violation. Loose animals may be impounded by animal control.
  • No motor-driven vehicles or equipment are permitted in any grassy or unpaved area. Vehicles are permitted to park within parking lots only. Parking lots are for park patron use only. No overnight parking of vehicles. Violators may be towed at the expense of the violator.
  • No signs or advertising may be attached to or placed on District property.
  • No amplified or live music that (i) creates vibrations apparent by direct means, such as touch or visual observation of moving objects, to a person of normal sensitivities beyond the boundaries of the Parks or (ii) that is audible outside the boundaries of the Parks will be permitted without Board approval. No music that promotes violence or illegal or abusive behavior. No amplified music in a vehicle that is audible or causes a vibration 30 feet from the vehicle.
  • Trash must be collected and disposed of in the receptacles provided.
  • The District reserves the right to impose additional restrictions on use as the situation warrants. A violation of the rules applicable to the use of any District facility is grounds for expulsion and exclusion from the District’s Parks and recreational facilities.
  • Damage to District property is a crime. To discourage such activity, the District has increased security patrols. The District will pay $500 to anyone providing information that leads to the apprehension and conviction of persons causing damage to District property. Persons causing damage to District property will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. To report such activity, please call the Williamson County Sheriff: office: 512 943 1300, dispatch non-emergency: 512 864 8282, web. For emergency calls only dial 911.

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