Welcome to Harmony Park!

Address: 699 Indian Creek DriveHarmony Park

Harmony Park is a 13-acre multi-use park located at the far end of Indian Creek, where the road comes to a dead end on the back side of Hogan’s Glen.  The park features a playground, nine soccer fields, two tennis courts and a basketball court. The soccer fields are available to the Greater Northwest Soccer Association only and a concession stand offers snacks during league-play.

Please call 682-831-4640 to see if your soccer game or practice has been cancelled due to the weather.

Amenities

The park has separate men’s and women’s restrooms with water fountains, as well as a pet water fountain that will help keep you favorite furry friend hydrated. Amenities at Harmony Park are connected by a 1.8-mile meandering pathway system. Warm-up stations along the pathway feature equipment designed for arm and leg work outs.

The tennis courts and basketball court are available on a first come, first play basis. The basketball court allows full-court play and is lit at night. The tennis courts are on a timer/photocell and the lights are operational from approximately 6:00 a.m. to 7:30 a.m. and from 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. depending on the time of year. Users who require lighting must press the button located on the southernmost side of the court. The lighting system runs at 120 minute intervals.

Additionally, Harmony Park has a large covered pavilion with four, eight-foot bench-style picnic tables that can accommodate a party of 40+. The pavilion includes a large charcoal grill and electricity, as well as lighting for after dark events. Residents and non-residents can reserve the pavilion at Harmony Park for a nominal fee (three hour minimum). Trophy Club residents can reserve the pavilion for $20/three hours and non-residents can reserve the pavilion for $40/three hours.

To reserve the pavilion please visit the online facility rental webpage.

The children’s play area at Harmony Park includes a large modular playground that was added to the park in 1999 with a shade structure that provides protection from the elements. The play structure, known by residents as Rainbow Run, offers children an assortment of slides, ramps, tunnels, jungle gyms, twisting tube slides, bridges, climbers and a small sand box.

 

For specific park questions, please email Parks and Recreation Director Tony Jaramillo, or call 682-831-4683.