Lester Lorch Park

Cedar Hill, Texas     82 acres

Entrance: 2300-2400 Texas Plume Road

Mapsco:    81A, Section "W"


Preserve Features lorch map

Lorch Park offers visitors in the rapidly-growing southwestern corner of the County 82 acres of trees and meadows.  In the spring and early summer, these meadows feature a colorful collection of wildflowers.


The park also contains a five-acre lake that is enjoyed by recreational fishermen

and that has been the home for a family of beavers.

Preserve History

This site became the first park in the County's open space system when it was donated by the Lester Lorch family in 1976.

Trail along pond

Disc Basket Trail

Preserve Amenities

The park contains paved parking, several natural surface trails that weave in and out of the woods and through the meadows, and a very popular "Frisbee" golf course.


Lester Lorch Park is maintained by the City of Cedar Hill.  To report maintenance issues, please call the City of Cedar Hill Parks and Recreation Department at (972) 291-5130.

Restricted Uses

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