Commitment to Nature
A Naturally Wonderful Life
At Walsh, we recognize and appreciate the distinction between being outside and being part of nature. We know that people who commune with nature are smarter, fitter and more creative, so we’ve created the spaces for our residents to do just that. From neighborhood parks that are an integral part of your daily life to acres of open space and state-of-the-art playgrounds, Walsh offers each member of your family an opportunity to explore the great outdoors in their own way.
BEING OUTSIDE IS GOOD FOR YOU
We understand the fundamental human need to be outdoors
We know people who commune with nature are smarter, fitter and more creative. We understand the fundamental human need to be outdoors and are creating the spaces and places to do just that. Walsh is a nature rich place and you will love it.
HIKE AND BIKE TRAILS
With over 26 miles of trails today, our residents can get outdoors and explore the beauty of nature in their neighborhood and connect with new neighbors.
Beautifully landscaped additions to each neighborhood, each Walsh park has its own design and programming, creating an open, inclusive atmosphere.
With wide open, grassy parks designed for small and large breeds your pups will feel free to jump, sprint and slobber their way to a well-deserved nap.
Designed by architect David Rockwell, our playground encourages free play with large foam blocks and moving parts inspiring kids to design their own creative spaces and imaginative inventions.
ACRES OF OPEN SPACE
Walsh will preserve one-third of its land in total for open spaces and parks. In our first neighborhoods, nearly 120 acres of green space have been preserved and native plantings reestablished.
Each gardening season, families are invited to adopt-a-plot in our community gardens and exercise their green thumbs to plant and harvest fruits, vegetables and herbs.
Our waterways are stocked with largemouth bass, bluegill and red-ear sunfish, and fathead minnows, so you can practice catch and release fishing at the lagoon and Lake Park year-round.
As the first community to join Fort Worth’s Residential Composting Program, residents can conveniently turn food waste into reusable resources with a collection site right here in the neighborhood.