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Athletic Ballfields


The City of Lewisville's Parks & Recreation Department is proud of our first class athletic facilities.  Whether it's baseball, softball, soccer, or football, our facilities are equipped to host leagues and tournaments.  For detailed information on scheduling one of our Athletic Complexes for your upcoming sports event, please contact our Athletic Supervisor at 972.219.3554.

 ** Rentals will be for non-spectator events (practices, scrimmages, etc.) only.  Existing rentals for tournaments will be allowed but coordinators will be responsible for following strict social distancing and disinfection guidelines.  Leagues with existing contracts with the City will continue to take priority for use of the fields/complexes.**

Lake Park Athletic Complex

Lake Park Soccer2This athletic complex, located at 200 Lake Park Road and includes the includes the following:


  • 8 Lighted Soccer Fields
  • 8 Lighted Baseball Fields
  • 2 Lighted Adult Softball Fields




Railroad Park Complex Overview

Lone Star Toyota of Lewisville Railroad Park

Railroad Park, located at 1301 S. Railroad Street, is a 250 acre park complex at the intersection of Railroad Street and Bennett Lane in southern Lewisville. There is easy access from both Interstate 35E and Highway 121 Business from three directions.

Amenities in the park include:


  • Dog Park
  • Skate Park
  • Baseball/Softball Complex
  • Football Complex
  • Soccer Complex
  • Perimeter Walking/Jogging Trail
  • Three Man-made Lakes

Vista Ridge Ball Fields

Vista Ridge Sports Complex

Vista Ridge Sports Complex, located at 2950 Lake Vista Drive, is 20.4 acres and is continuous to the northbank of Denton Creek approximately one half mile south of the SH 121 Bypass and three-quarters of a mile southwest of IH 35E.

  • Adult and youth softball fields
  • Playground
  • Restroom/concession
  • Grouped exercise stations
  • Fishing pier onto Denton Creek
  • 1280 Linear feet of hike and bike trail