WFDD oversees more than 5,700 acres of drainage and recreational facilities that serve more than 30,000 residents and visitors each year.
Parks & Trails
In 2011, WFDD launched its vision for parks and trails to enhance and better connect our community.
NOTICE: Due to concerns regarding COVID-19, Willow Fork Drainage District is continuing to keep Exploration Park and specific areas within Willow Fork Park closed until further notice, with signage indicating closed areas and security enforcing the closures. As of June 1, Central Green will reopen with distancing guidelines and added health precautions. Please follow the Willow Fork Drainage District Central Green Park Facebook for the most current updates.
Willow Fork Drainage District (WFDD or the "District") finances, constructs, maintains, and operates drainage and recreational facilities to preserve and enhance the communities within its boundaries, including 15 miles of channels, three community parks, and nearly 50 miles of trails.
In The News
Read the latest about WFDD, including Project Barker and coverage of District news, activities and community impact from sources in and around the area.
Join WFDD for year-round special events, festivals and community gatherings at its signature public plaza venue Central Green, located in LaCenterra at Cinco Ranch.
Parks & Trails
Enjoy multipurpose open spaces featuring pavilions, picnic areas, lakes, and recreational features, all connected by a community-wide trail system along the District’s channels.