Parks and Facilities
For those interested in reserving any city facilities please review our FACILITIES AND RESERVATIONS manual. For reservations or inquires please contact the main Parks & Recreation Office at (281) 391-4840 or visit us at 5718 Second Street Katy, Texas 77493.
Katy City Park, 5720 Franz Road
Katy Play Station The state’s largest innovative playground for multiply-impaired and profoundly deaf children, is also located within Katy City Park. The all-inclusive 13,000 square foot playground, custom designed to feature Katy’s name sake the MKT Rail line, features special equipment, ramps and swings for children of all physical abilities. This play facility is a one of kind attraction for both able and disable bodied children and has fastly become a destination within the community for family, fun recreation. Katy Play Station was featured in Todays Playground Magazine and has received several awards for its design and contribution to the Katy community.
Dog Park, 5414 Franz
Opened In March 2007, this new off-the-leash park for dogs of all sizes is open 7 days week from dawn to dusk and is one of the city’s most popular attractions. These 14 acres offer lots of grass and trees with an oval walking path with a distance of 1,723 feet, park specific wading pool for dogs, custom dog showers and fountains accessible for both the four legged friend and their owners. The park also hosts many pet friendly events throughout the year such as our annual HOWL-o-WEEN event and PAWS in the Park Easter Egg Hunt.
Harvest Plaza, 5701 Third Street
In the heart of downtown Katy on Public Square, Harvest Plaza is set aside in tribute to Katy’s beginnings as a rice-farming community. The beautifully landscaped plaza offers a 18′x56′ shade structure with night lighting, benches, a water feature, & commemorative brick paving.
Thomas Park, Fourth Street
The historic Tri County park attracts residents for is tranquil environment, paved walking path, benches, newly installed playground, & gazebo. Used for outdoor weddings, birthday parties and photographs. It is also the home to the historic tri-county monument marker. The parks gazebo may be reserved for special events.
VFW Park and Community Center , 6202 George Bush Drive
Centrally located within the city of Katy, this recently renovated park offers an exciting new children’s playground with space net, two picnic pavillions with tables, a jogging trail, community building and Katy historic museum. The VFW Hall is home to the City’s recreation programs, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 9182 Museum and many city events. The park also hosts its annual Holiday in the Park Tree Lighting ceremony, Annual Golden EGGvent Easter Egg hunt, and other pet friendly events throughout the year.
This facility and its pavilions may be rented out for weddings, parties or other related events.
VFW Outdoor Pavillion is 30′ x 60′ and is equipped with permanent concrete tables and benches. Seats approximately 96.
Woodsland Park and Community Center, 443 Danover Road
Eight acre heavily wooded park with amenities that cater to individuals and groups looking for a park with a more private atmosphere. The parks large barbecue pit, covered basketball pavilion, picnic tables, playground, and community buildings are favorites to those who use the park and facilities. Woodsland Park is home to the city’s summer camps and social services day activities.
This facility may be rented out for weddings, parties or other related events. The Community Center is 1,333 square feet (31′ x 43′) and is equipped with sixteen 6 foot tables, two 8 foot tables and 116 chairs. Maximum occupancy is 200.
Katy Heritage Park, 5990 George Bush Drive
Establish in 2003 as a joint project with the City of Katy and the Katy Heritage Society, Heritage Parks is best known for is restored historic buildings, beautiful landscaping and heritage rich activities year round. Heritage Parks is also host to many community events with its Tradition Bank bandstand pavilion and brick paved patio. The historic homes are available for tours and rental from the Heritage Society. The Katy Heritage Society may be contacted at (281) 391-2550.
Railroad Park Information & Tourist Center, 5615 First Street
This restored Missouri-Kansas-Texas Depot, a unique Downtown “pocket park”, serves as the City’s information center with brochures, maps, a Katy Heritage Society Railroad Museum and an authentic red caboose great for photo opportunities. The park is a beautifully landscaped area with benches and an old town clock. The information and tourist center is open from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Monday through Friday and from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Saturday.