A Celebration of 3 Parks at Tracy Hills

The City of Tracy Parks & Recreation Department recently held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate three of Tracy Hills’ new city parks in phase one: Tracy Hills, Greymont and Starcross. Attended by city officials and residents of Tracy and Tracy Hills, the ceremony included a ribbon cutting, light refreshments and presentations by Mayor Nancy Young, Parks & Recreation Department Director Brian MacDonald and Tracy Hills’ Vice President of Entitlement John Palmer.

All three parks, while unique in their own ways, include large open lawn areas for group sports practice, shade structures, picnic tables, barbecues and restrooms. The parks offer residents of Tracy Hills and the surrounding community places to gather, play, exercise and, above all, have fun.

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Tracy Hills Park

Entering the community off Corral Hollow Road, the first park you’ll come to is Tracy Hills Park. It features fun farm-themed playground equipment, including a tractor play structure. This park is the place where residents come together the most—especially starting in 2021 when spending time together outside became the focus of most gatherings. Some of the most popular activities at Tracy Hills Park include flag football for kids, regularly scheduled food trucks and an annual Easter egg hunt.

Greymont Park

Greymont Park, located off Tracy Hills Drive, includes sports-themed playground equipment, walking paths and a large turf area for organized sports practice, including soccer, football and baseball.

Starcross Park

Off the second roundabout along the AKT trail and within the Vantage neighborhood sits Starcross Park. The park features great views of the city and includes a very popular basketball court and nature-themed play equipment.

Did you know that once completed, Tracy Hills will include over 80 acres of parks? Green spaces are important, and we’re proud to provide places for people to come together and enjoy the outdoors. In fact, each neighborhood at Tracy Hills was planned to be within walking distance to a park, including a trail system within the community that links all the parks!

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