Parks and Trails

Parks in Boerne

There are 10 public parks in Boerne operated by the City's Parks and Recreation Department, each offering something a little bit different to visitors. Click on the links below to learn more about each park.

Small pond with gazebo

Main Plaza

Main Plaza is in the heart of Boerne and hosts festivals, concerts, car shows, and other celebrations. The park is home to the landmark gazebo, numerous shade trees, and a trailhead for the Cibolo Trail.

Visit Main Plaza.

Man and woman walking the Cibolo Trail at River Road Park

River Road Park

Running along Cibolo Creek, River Road Park is one of the most popular parks in Boerne. Enjoy a leisurely walk along the paved Cibolo Trail or drop a hook in the water and see what you catch.

Visit River Road Park.

American flag blows in wind at center of Veterans Plaza as seen from drone

Veterans Plaza

Tree-lined sidewalks lead to the center of Veterans Plaza and the Veterans War Memorial. The park is the site of annual gatherings for Veterans Day and Memorial Day ceremonies.

Visit Veterans Plaza.

Looking through the tall grass at City Lake

City Lake Park

Boerne City Lake Park, located about one mile northwest of town off upper Cibolo Creek Road, offers a wide range of outdoor recreation activities for residents and guests.

Visit City Lake Park.

sun sets behind trees with soccer game in foreground

Boerne City Park

City Park is a unique natural setting bordered on one side by Cibolo Creek. The park is the largest in Boerne and is home to trails, open space, sports fields, tennis courts, and more.

Visit City Park.

four baseball fields at Northrup Park as seen from a drone

Northrup Park

Northrup Park is Boerne's home for baseball, softball, and several other outdoor activities. Fields are used for Little League and adult recreation leagues and are available to rent.

Visit Northrup Park.

Sign reading "Kinderpark"


This fenced and shaded park is popular with families with young children thanks to several playground areas and a rock climbing wall. Kinderpark is perfect for small birthday parties and gatherings.

Visit Kinderpark.

Boerne Skate Park

Skate Park

The Boerne Skate Park is 7,500 square feet of plaza-style skating surrounded by oak trees. The park features multiple stair sets, down ledges and rails, cantilevered banks, and quarter pipes.

Visit the Skate Park.

Bench and WWII memorial headstone connected by small gravel path

Roeder Park

Roeder Park is a quiet, peaceful retreat to those who visit. Its centerpiece is a small gravel walkway leading to a bench and a WWII memorial in honor of the Boerne-area men who died in service.

Visit Roeder Park.

Boerne Parks and Recreation Office at Northside Neighborhood Park

Northside Neighborhood Park

Northside Neighborhood Park is a lovely and quiet space home to the trailhead of the Currey Trail. It is also home to the Parks and Recreation Department administrative office.

Visit Northside Neighborhood Park.

Trails in Boerne

Three signature ADA-accessible trails connect visitors and residents to the stunning beauty and charming history of our Hill Country community. Visit the trail pages below to learn more about each exciting opportunity.

Trees in fall along Cibolo Trail

Cibolo Trail

Hugging Cibolo Creek for 1.75 miles, the Cibolo Trail connects downtown Boerne to River Road Park and finally City Park. Find out more about this scenic stroll.

Visit the Cibolo Trail.

Currey Creek Trailhead marker

Currey Trail

The half-mile Currey Trail runs north to south from its trailhead on Adler Street to Blanco Road. See why this trail is worth checking out.

Visit the Currey Trail.

Rest stop on Old Number 9 trail with bluebonnets

Old No. 9 Trail

The 1.4-mile Old No. 9 Trail introduces visitors to some of the transportation history of the Hill Country. Check out our connections to the past.

Visit the Old No. 9 Trail.