Parks & Recreation
The City of Taylor takes great pride in its lush, green areas which include over eight miles of hike and bike trails in five major parks: Bull Branch, Murphy, Heritage Square, Fannie Robinson and Taylor Regional. Wi-Fi is available in all of our public parks as well as other fantastic amenities such as a public swimming pool, two splashpads, a fishing pier, basketball courts, tennis courts, playscapes, botanical gardens and covered pavilions.

Dickey-Givens Community Center

The Dickey-Givens Community Center is the newest addition to the City of Taylor. The Community Center is located inside Fannie Robinson Park, 260 S. Dolan St.  The Community Center offers a gathering place for the Taylor community. The City of Taylor welcomes you to rent the Community Center for any special gatherings or events.
Dickey-Givens-Community- Center Building and entrance
Trees and pond at Bull Branch Park

Bull Branch Park

Bull Branch park is located at Lynn and Davis Street and boasts more than 65 acres of beautiful park area that includes recreational amenities and a hike and bike trail. Amenities include 2 baseball fields, 1 softball field, 1 basketball court, 1 pond with fishing pier, 1 pavilion, 5 picnic tables, 2 park benches, 1 playground and 1 restroom.

9-hole Disc Golf Course

Murphy Park

This 120-acre park includes athletic facilities, playgrounds, swimming pools, a lake and ample picnic sites. Located at 1600 Veterans Drive, Murphy Park offers various recreation amenities, including 2 baseball fields, 2 practice fields, 10 tennis courts, 1 tennis hitting wall, 1 football field, 1 pavilion, 2 swimming pools, 1 lake, 1 bandstand, 42 picnic tables, 2 playgrounds, sand volleyball courts and 3 restrooms.
Pedestrian bridge over Creek at Murphy Park
Heritage Square Park Splash Pad

Heritage Square Park

Heritage Square is located in Historic Downtown Taylor at 400 N. Main Street and serves as homage to our rich cultural history. The Park includes an amphitheater, splashpad, shade structures, playscapes, and a pavilion. Heritage Square Park also displays a 30-foot lighted Christmas tree every year for the holidays.

Fannie Robinson Park

Fannie Robinson Park is a 55-acre community park located at 206 South Dolan and bounded by Walnut and Threadgill Streets. The park is named after Fannie Robinson, a lifelong resident of Taylor. The land was acquired in 1939 and, at the urging of Dr. James Dickey, the park was dedicated and named in honor of Ms. Robinson in 1955. The park includes a brand new splash pad, 2 baseball fields, 1 basketball court, 8 picnic tables, and 2 newly renovated restrooms.
Aerial of Fannie Robinson Park
Mustang Creek Golf Course fairways and pond

Mustang Creek Golf Course

Mustang Creek Golf Course is a staple in Taylor history, having recently celebrated their 100th year in operation. This lush, challenging 9-hole course offers stunning views of Taylor and a friendly atmosphere that is welcoming for the whole family. Mustang Creek Golf Course has been lauded by Golf USA Tour as one of the finest and most challenging courses in the USA.

Taylor Regional Park & Sports Complex

This 75-acre park and sports complex is located near the Williamson County Expo Center and hosts 10 baseball and softball fields, 2 soccer fields and 1 football field. Additionally, the park boasts a 6-acre lake and nature preserve and connected hike and bike trails
Baseball game being played at Taylor Regional Park & Sports Complex_
Taylor Park tree and creek

Taylor Park

Taylor Park is located a short 20-minute drive from Taylor, TX. Sitting alongside Granger Lake this park has plenty of amenities to offer families and nature lovers. There are hiking trails, a playground, and an easily accessible boat dock. This park also features 48 campsites, each with water and electric hookups. Come enjoy camping, boating, hiking, and wildlife viewing here at Taylor Park.

Pierce Park

Pierce Park, Taylor’s new skatepark is located at 200 East 4th Street. The name was chosen to honor the late Lt. Commander Thomas Floyd Pierce, the father of Chisum Pierce who donated the land downtown for the skate park. This is a great place for kids and adults alike to break out their boards and bikes and be active! See how things came together and watch skaters test out the bowls at Pierce Park.
Skateboarder at Pierce Skate Park