City Parks

The City of Westlake has an abundance of beautiful parks that are open to all. Each park has a variety of features including:

  • Baseball Diamonds
  • Pavilions
  • Picnic Areas
  • Trails
  • Wildlife Areas
Recreation Park Playground

What to Expect

The 86-acre Recreation Center Park is home to the Westlake Recreation Center, while Clague Park, Roman Park, Tri-City Park, and Bradley Nature Park are home to some of the most beautiful spaces in Westlake.

Parents and educators can also utilize the parks as outdoor classrooms for a variety of subjects. For instance, Bradley Nature Park will have new signs posted in late spring that provide updated information about wildlife typically found in the park, courtesy of a local Girl Scout working on her Gold Award project.

Outdoor Facilities at the Recreation Center

  • The 1.2 mile outdoor walking/running track is open year-round.
  • The 5 tennis courts are open from March to November (weather permitting) and are on a first come, first serve basis unless reserved for Westlake Recreation programming.
  • The baseball/softball diamonds are used in the spring and summer for youth and adult games. Fields are on a first come, first serve basis unless scheduled by the Recreation Department.
  • The Recreation Center Park is open from dawn to dark.
  • Alcohol is prohibited within the park grounds.
  • The 5-acre lake is stocked with fish. A fishing license is required for the first 30 days after the lake is stocked.
  • Outdoor restrooms are available April- November (weather permitting).
  • A large playground is also open during park hours.