At Elyson, we want you to get out and enjoy outdoor life, right in the community. Explore the open space. Bike the trails. Fish in the pond. Take out a kayak. You can do it all, because we have it all (or will in the future).
We have five parks with infinite play. Have a picnic. Play catch. Climb on the equipment. Play bocce ball or pickleball. Warm up by the firepit, or let the kids cool down at the splash pad. From our new Timber Grove Park to our even newer Elyson Commons, fun is around every corner. Hear that? It’s your inner kid, asking to go out and play.CHECK OUT THE PARKS
Elyson Commons is a big park, with even bigger fun. Covering 145 acres, it’s where you are able to work out, play sports, stroll on wildflower-filled trails, have a picnic, or watch a movie on the Great Lawn. The dogs will love running unleashed at the Pooch Playground. And human kids will love the adventurous Trailblazer Park, complete with an obstacle course. This exciting community gathering spot has so much to do, we could go on and on (and we do, in this blog post.)Watch the video
It's one thing to have miles of trails (which we do). But it's another thing completely to have almost 30 miles of them, leading to parks and over 750 acres of open space (which we will).
You’ll find Compass Lake in Crescent Park – along with a dock for launching a kayak, dangling your feet, or casting a fishing line. Or an even better idea: make a day of it, and do all of the above.
Pecans. Oranges. Figs. To honor the agricultural heritage of the Katy prairie, we've planted orchards throughout the community and you’ll one day be able to enjoy the fruits of our labor.
Have a green thumb? Reserve a bed at Honeybell Gardens, and grow your own plants, herbs and veggies. Not the horticultural type? Take a seat on the shaded picnic bench and witness the fruits (and vegetables) of your neighbors’ labor.