Muddy Creek Preserve

Sachse and Wylie, Texas     205 acres

Entrances:  5200-5400 Pleasant Valley Road  between Ben and

                   Elm Grove (there are entrances on both the north

                   and south sides of Pleasant Valley Road)

Mapsco:     10A, Section "T' and "W"


map Preserve Features

Visitors to Muddy Creek Preserve will enjoy one of the few heavily-wooded corridors remaining in the County's rapidly-growing far northeastern corner, the creek which gives the park its name, and a large meadow which becomes a sea of green in the spring.

Divided by Pleasant Valley Road, the Preserve is also unique in that it is located in two cities--Sachse and Wylie--with the area north of Pleasant Valley being in Wylie and the area south of Pleasant Valley being in Sachse.

meadow creek

Preserve Amenities

Paved parking is available in both the Preserve's northern and southern sections.  A one-mile hard surface trail which winds in and out of the trees and that loops in both sections of the Preserve also exists. 

trail trees trail


Muddy Creek Preserve is maintained by both the City of Sachse and the City of Wylie.  To report maintenance issues north of Pleasant Valley Road, please call the City of Wylie Parks and Recreation Department at (972) 516-6370.   To report maintenance issues south of Pleasant Valley Road, please call the City of Sachse Parks and Recreation Department at (469) 429-0275.

Restricted Uses

Hunting and the use of alcohol, motorized vehicles, horses, fireworks, or weapons are not permitted within the Preserve.