Got a teen at home looking for a new way to make friends and explore the area? Look no further than our Teen Trips!

Teenagers are busy with school and extracurricular activities. That's why it’s always nice to have a change of scenery to break up the routine! If your kiddo is looking for a creative way to meet new people and participate in exciting activities, then register them for our upcoming Teen Trip!

Join us on Saturday, October 1st from 9:00 AM to 1:30 PM as we play paintball at DFW Adventure Park!

This is the perfect program for teens 12-15 looking for a fun way to spend a Saturday morning.

Participants should wear clothes they can get paint on and bring a sack lunch or money to purchase lunch.

Ready to get your paintball on? Register today!

Got a teen at home looking for a new way to make friends and explore the area? Look no further than our Teen Trips!

Teenagers are busy with school and extracurricular activities. That's why it’s always nice to have a change of scenery to break up the routine! If your kiddo is looking for a creative way to meet new people and participate in exciting activities, then register them for our upcoming Teen Trip!

Join us on Saturday, October 1st from 9:00 AM to 1:30 PM as we play paintball at DFW Adventure Park!

This is the perfect program for teens 12-15 looking for a fun way to spend a Saturday morning.

Participants should wear clothes they can get paint on and bring a sack lunch or money to purchase lunch.

Ready to get your paintball on? Register today!

We all know ghouls just want to have fun, and that’s just what Club Metro has in store at their Monster Mash!

Attention all gourd-geous souls and boo-tiful ghosts! Club Metro’s Monster Mash is sure to lift your spirits! Join Southlake’s premier Adaptive Recreation program this Friday from 6:00 PM- 9:00 PM at Legends Hall for the ultimate Halloween celebration that’s certain to creep it real.

The Monster Mash is a Southlake Halloween tradition and a crowd favorite. What better way to celebrate the end of Club Metro’s October meetings than with a party with friends?

Come as you aren’t for a night of time-warp dancing, creepy-crawly snacks, themed crafts, trick or treating, and a costume contest that’ll have you laughing ‘til you’re coffin! Everyone in Southlake knows that Club Metro participants are squash goals, and we can’t wait to celebrate the spooky season with this spooktacular group.

“Monster Mash is a special event for our Club Metro participants. I’m looking forward to having fun with our participants and celebrating Halloween together!”- Gretchen Morgan, Programs Coordinator.

See you at the Monster Mash… if you dare!

We all know ghouls just want to have fun, and that’s just what Club Metro has in store at their Monster Mash!

Attention all gourd-geous souls and boo-tiful ghosts! Club Metro’s Monster Mash is sure to lift your spirits! Join Southlake’s premier Adaptive Recreation program this Friday from 6:00 PM- 9:00 PM at Legends Hall for the ultimate Halloween celebration that’s certain to creep it real.

The Monster Mash is a Southlake Halloween tradition and a crowd favorite. What better way to celebrate the end of Club Metro’s October meetings than with a party with friends?

Come as you aren’t for a night of time-warp dancing, creepy-crawly snacks, themed crafts, trick or treating, and a costume contest that’ll have you laughing ‘til you’re coffin! Everyone in Southlake knows that Club Metro participants are squash goals, and we can’t wait to celebrate the spooky season with this spooktacular group.

“Monster Mash is a special event for our Club Metro participants. I’m looking forward to having fun with our participants and celebrating Halloween together!”- Gretchen Morgan, Programs Coordinator.

See you at the Monster Mash… if you dare!

Hooray for Bicentennial Park! For the fifth year in a row, Bicentennial Park has been voted Best City Park by the readers of Living Magazine – NE Tarrant County. Thank you to everyone who voted. We’re so glad you love the park as much as we do.

From the ball fields, best playground ever, the Southlake Tennis Center and of course The Marq Southlake, Bicentennial Park has it all. Have you taken time to explore some Bicentennial Park’s hidden gems like the Liberty Gardens? You can also enjoy some native Texas wildflowers in the fields next to the log cabin. Or take advantage of the more than two miles of interconnecting pathways throughout the park.

But did you know we’re still working on making it better? The park is currently undergoing more enhancements as part of the Southlake 2030 Parks, Recreation and Open Space/Community Facilities Master Plan. Here’s what’s next for Bicentennial:

  • Irrigation and turfing of the large field west of the existing in-line hockey rink,
  • Renovation and expansion of the in-line hockey rink that includes the addition of synthetic turf,
  • Renovation of the existing restroom into a storage building, and
  • The placement of safety netting at the 60/90 baseball field.

If you haven't already checked out the park, add it to your list.  We're looking forward to seeing you soon. Want to learn more about the other City parks? Check out our website www.ExperienceSouthlakeTexas.com.

As a result of today’s announcements by Governor Abbott, the following outdoor park facilities and amenities will re-open with limited use on May 1, 2020.

  • Dog Park
  • Tennis and Pickleball Courts at Bicentennial Park (no more than 4 participants per court)
  • Batting Cages at Bicentennial and Bob Jones Parks
  • Restrooms
  • Pavilions
  • Picnic Tables
  • Benches

With the re-opening of these park facilities and amenities, the Community Services department has adopted enhanced sanitizing practices. In addition to daily cleaning, bathrooms will be deeply sanitized once a week and wall-mounted hand sanitizer stations have been added.

We continue to encourage you to make the best possible decisions for yourself and your family by following expert guidance and advice, reducing the risk of being infected or infecting others, and staying up-to-date about the latest information. With that in mind here are some tips from the CDC and the National Parks and Recreation Association about using our facilities during this time.

DO

  • Visit parks that are close to your home
  • Prepare before you visit
  • Maximize physical distance from others and follow CDC guidelines
  • Adhere to all facility-specific guidelines

DON’T

  • Visit parks if you are sick or were recently exposed to COVID-19
  • Visit crowded parks
  • Participate in organized activities or sports that involve contact with other participants
  • Gather in groups of 10 or more people

covid19 urban park tips

The COVID-19 situation is frequently changing. The City of Southlake is committed to working with our residents and businesses as this unprecedented situation unfolds. We are grateful for the support of the community and work every day to continue to earn that trust.

For the latest City updates visit www.ProtectSouthlake.com

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