There’s something for every family member to enjoy at Parkside on the River, where outdoor recreation is a built-in feature, complemented by a host of exceptional in-community amenities. Enjoy a respite from the heat with a dip in the spacious family pool, let the kiddos get their kicks at the play area, hit the miles of river trails for a hike or bike ride or enjoy some friendly competition on the pickle ball courts! You’ll also love the planned amenity center with a covered pavilion for social gatherings and a meeting room for your business or personal needs. And close by, you’ll find two amazing public parks – Garey Park and Southwest Williamson County Regional Park – giving you that much more access to the great outdoors and limitless potential for fun.
Make a Splash
Swim, Play & Relax
Whether you’re cooling off in the family pool, enjoying a get-together or party under the covered pavilion or catching up with neighbors while the little ones enjoy the play area, you will find Parkside on the River’s Amenity Center the perfect hub for socializing and relaxing.
Grab a Racket
Pickle Ball Courts
One of America’s fastest growing sports, pickle ball, will be a prime amenity at Parkside on the River. Grab a family member or neighbor and head over for some fun on the two courts. It’s a great place to meet up and socialize with friends while getting in some exercise at the same time!
Trails for Hiking and Biking
For those who like to walk, jog or ride, Parkside on the River has the perfect trail set up for your needs! And you’ll love the Hill Country setting and the river scenery, perfect for observing nature and taking some beautiful photos. In addition to trails, the community will feature paved sidewalks for smooth rides wherever you’d like to explore.
Visit a Park
More Close-By Fun
Less than five miles from Parkside on the River are two amazing parks with endless recreation options for your family and four legged companions. At Garey Park on RM 2243, you’ll find a playground, splash pad, dog park, equestrian arena, fishing ponds, the Garey House event facility, pavilions, picnic shelters, and more than seven miles of hiking and equestrian trails.
Then there’s Southwest Williamson County Regional Park on County Road 175, one of the most highly regarded parks in all of Central Texas. There you’ll find 11 soccer fields, two softball fields, a football field and stadium with a 400-meter track, eight tennis courts, six basketball courts and a playscape. The park also includes a network of crushed granite and natural surface hike and bike trails. During summer months its Quarry Splash Pad is operational, bringing even more enjoyment to the experience.