Updated: Feb. 14, 2013
Woodbury's parks, trails and open space system is an important element in the quality of life for its residents. Not only does it offer residents important recreational opportunities, it preserves and makes accessible unique natural resources that give the community its identity. Lakes, woodlands, open fields, wetlands, and waterways are features that draw people to live in this community.
Within its present growth boundaries, Woodbury has a well-developed park and recreational system that includes many quality recreational facilities, a citywide network of trails, inclusive recreational programs, and an active open space preservation program. The system consists of approximately 3,000 acres of city owned property, 130 miles of trails, 63 athletic fields, 38 play structures, 48 court facilities, 40 neighborhood parks, five major open space sites, five community parks and over 25 miscellaneous park buildings.
A 2011 Community Survey indicated 91 percent of the households felt the existing park and recreational facilities were excellent or good. The survey also revealed Woodbury residents' concern and priority for preserving and protecting natural resources and open space.
- Parks and Trails
- Parks & Trails Map
- Athletic Fields and Field Maps
- Open Space Program
- Winter Activities
- Parks FAQ
- Parks Policies & Regulations
- Parks and Recreation Commission
- Facilities & Reservations