Lester Lorch Park 4.6 (reviews)

Cedar Hill, TX National Parks Unclaimed
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About Lester Lorch Park

If you are a family who LOVES the great outdoors, then you might want to head to Lester Lorch Park!

You see, Lester Lorch Park is SO much more than just a park, where kids can run around and play. Here, kids can explore 86 acres of meadows, trees, and creeks - where nature is all around and just waiting for families to join it!

There are plenty of places for kids to play, hide and have fun. There are 2.5 miles of walking trails which take you through the woods. Kids - what wildlife can you spot? The answer might just surprise you!

Kids can enjoy an open play area, or take some time out to see what might be living in the 5 acre pond.

The highlight for most families at Lester Lorch Park is the 36 hole disc golf course! Whether you are a beginner, and casual player, or you love to play in tournaments competitively, this disc golf experience will be challenging and exciting for you - no matter what age!

Make a day of it at the park and take a picnic, as there are picnic tables available, or just take a blanket and enjoy lunch in the sun!

Spending the day at the park has always been a favorite of families, and now you can experience the fun of it all - and so much more!

Have fun kids!

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Adults Free! Disc golf may have a charge

Children Free!

Last Update 2022

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Lester Lorch Park FAQ’s

I’m Hungry! Can I get food at Lester Lorch Park?

Picnic facilities available so why not take your favorite lunch treats and enjoy it on the picnic tables or on the grass!

Any top tips when visiting?

Take your camera! You never know what you might come across on those hike!

Does Lester Lorch Park have healthy eating or Vegan options?

Take plenty of bottled water!

Is Lester Lorch Park fully accessible?

Some of the trails are uneven so just take care. There are paved paths too within the park

Any additonal information?

Take hats and sun protection if you are spending the day outdoors!