Connections Park, a new public park is coming to the Howe community! This park will be located on the east side of Howe on the curve where Young St becomes E FM 902. Anyone driving by can now see a sign stating that the park is coming soon.
A 10-acre plot of land has been secured to build the outdoor recreational facility to improve the overall wellbeing of community members of all ages. This park will provide elements to safely enhance the play of younger children, to go beyond general school sports that already have facilities for preteens and teenagers, to allow adults to walk, exercise, and play, as well as to create a place where larger gatherings can come together. The plan includes building a large, community-built playground, a covered pavilion, tennis courts, a large open space, and more.
Memorial Park, located on the northeast corner of N. Denny St. and E. Kosse St. The park features a pavilion with playground equipment and picnic tables.
A.M. Ferguson Park, located at 401 S. Hughes was established in 1971 as a baseball field for ages 5 through 8.
Bicentennial Park, established in 1976 and located on the west side service road of southbound US 75. This 5-acre park contains two baseball fields and a practice t-ball field. Kids ages 11-14 utilize the north field while the south field “Hash Field” is for ages 9-10.
Howe Youth Softball Complex, located at 200 E. Davis is a joint-partnership between the Howe I.S.D. and the City of Howe. The park contains two large softball fields for all ages for the Howe Youth Softball organization.
Reed Park, located at 1000 Swanner Dr. and is a community park with swings, slides and picnic areas.
Monarch Park, a newly dedicated park to the City of Howe from LGI Homes for the new subdivision called Summit Hill. The park offers a gazebo and park benches under beautiful shade trees.
Casey & Dot Jones Park, Plans are underway to construct hiking and biking trails as well as tennis courts along with baseball, football and soccer facilities. One day, hopefully sooner than later, this park will become the center of all recreational activities for Howe, Texas.