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Timnath Community Park

Something for Everyone!

Timnath Community Park is located south of Bethke Elementary School off of Summerfields Parkway.  The park is approximately 25 acres in size.  It is bordered on the north by the Great Western Railroad tracks and on the west by Summerfields Parkway.


Address: 5500 Summerfields Pkwy.

Hours: Dawn until Dusk

Restrooms: The west restroom building is open year-round. The east restroom building is open seasonally and weather dependent.

Dog Park: Our local dog park is located at the east end of the Timnath Community Park. It’s a fun place for the entire family, Fido included. Dog park trips offer dog parents and their pets a great opportunity to socialize and run off some pent-up energy, but with all that fun comes responsibility.  Please see below for park guidelines.

Splash Pad: Operates daily from 10 am to 6 pm. The Splash Pad is operated by a convenient push-button actuator that runs for 4-minute intervals, ensuring a consistently enjoyable experience for all and keeping the environment in mind.

Other amenities: Six pickleball courts, two tennis courts, and a basketball court first come, first serve. Town of Timnath sponsored classes, events, programs and tournaments have priority.

Community Park Details

Park Features

  • Amphitheater
  • Multi-age Play Equipment
  • Climbing Structures
  • Swings
  • Adventure Playground
  • Sheltered Picnic Areas
  • Marketplace Plaza
  • Restrooms open seasonally and year-round
  • Open Space for Sports
  • Six pickleball courts
  • Two tennis courts
  • Basketball court
  • Splash pad

Park Rules

  • The park is open from dawn until dusk unless a special event permit is issued by the Town of Timnath.
  • Camping overnight or overnight parking of a recreational vehicle is prohibited.
  • Littering is prohibited.
  • Using any amplified sound system is prohibited without a special event permit issued by the Town of Timnath.
  • Discharging of fireworks or operating launch model rockets or other devices which may have an explosive charge is prohibited.
  • Conducting any private enterprise without the prior written approval of the Town is prohibited.
  • All pets must be on a leash at all times and owners must clean up after pets.
  • Loitering, soliciting, vending, or advertising is prohibited unless part of a permitted event.
  • Fires are prohibited.
  • No glass containers are allowed.
  • No selling, serving, dispensing, possessing, or consuming any alcoholic beverages except with a Town approved liquor license.
  • No selling, serving, dispensing, or use of marijuana, or any other drugs.
  • Use of vehicles outside of designated areas is prohibited.
  • Destroying, cutting down, vandalizing, or defacing rocks, trees, shrubs, buildings, signs, equipment, fences, or any other features of the natural or built environment is prohibited.
  • When the pavilion has been reserved, that organization shall have access and priority to the use of the facility
  • The use of golf clubs is prohibited.

Dog Park Rules

  • Help us keep the park clean and sanitary—Always pick up after your pet. 
  • Don’t bring an aggressive dog to the dog park. 
  • Make sure your dog is up to date on their vaccinations. 
  • Puppies younger than four months shouldn’t be brought to the dog park. 
  • Consider only bringing your dog if they are spayed/neutered. 
  • Stay with your dog. Don’t leave him/her unattended at the dog park. 
  • No more than three dogs per visit, please. 
  • Female dogs in heat are not allowed—they can be a distraction or cause fights between other dogs. 
  • Young children must be supervised, and it is not recommended to bring infants or toddlers into the dog park.
  • Owners must carry a leash at all times. This will allow you to quickly remove your dog if an unpleasant or aggressive dog visits the dog park.
  • Please keep dog park gates closed at all times.
  • Don’t bring human food into the dog park—not all dogs are well trained around food and could act aggressively. 
  • Park curfews and hours apply to the dog park as well.
  • Dog parents are responsible for any damage to the dog park caused by their dog. Please be considerate and fill in any holes your pup digs.