football field by John Schedler
John Schedler
soccer fields by John Schedler
Soccer Fields
John Schedler

Nestled in the hills above Bee Creek, this newly constructed facility features several synthetic turf baseball and soccer fields with dark-sky friendly lighting, playground, and walking trail.


4440 Bee Creek Road
Spicewood, TX 78669
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Park Hours

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Activities and Amenities

Baseball fields*
Basketball (half-court)
EV charging stations
Food truck parking**
Picnic tables
Soccer fields*
Walking trail
* Reservations required
**Temporary concession permit required


There are no admission fees for this park. Field use is by reservation only and fees apply.

Spaces are available for Food Trucks to rent on a daily basis. Hook-ups are not available.

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73 acres

Know Before You Go

Only players and coaches are allowed on the sports fields. Spectators must stay outside of the field fences. 

To prevent field deterioration and to prolong the life of the synthetic turf, the following items are prohibited on the fields: metal cleats, dogs and other animals, food, chewing gum, sunflower seeds, shelled nuts, glass, tobacco products, and drinks other than water. Sun shades may be used on the fields but may not be staked down or have their poles driven into the fields.

Baseball Fields

Baseball field dimensions are standard little league fields (60-foot base paths).

Soccer Field

Soccer field dimensions are 30 yards by 110 yards and marked on the turf. Smaller field dimensions may be painted on as requested. Many goal sizes are available. The soccer fields may also be used and lined for other sports.


Electric vehicle charging stations

2 electric vehicle charging stations are available.



Sports fields are by reservation only. Visit the Sports Fields Reservation (traviscountytx.gov) page for information on making reservation requests.

Make a Reservation Request


The following are prohibited:

  • Glass Containers
  • Off-leash Pets
  • Public display of consumption of alcohol
  • Tobacco products
  • Camping
  • Fireworks
  • Ground fires

For more information, view the Parks Rules and Safety page.


Funded by the 2017 Travis County bond program, the creation of this park was a joint effort between Travis County and the City of Lakeway. Nestled in the hills above Bee Creek, this facility was built to accommodate the growing need for youth sports fields in the Southwest part of Travis County. In an effort to protect the sensitive ecosystem of Bee Creek from pesticide and herbicide runoff, all fields are made of synthetic turf and infilled with engineered wood particles instead of crumb rubber. Synthetic turf also allows for more play time on the fields, since they may be played on while wet and do not require a rest period like their grass counterparts. There are a total of five soccer fields, of which two may also be converted into four separate little league sized fields.