Parks and Trails

Coles Crossing offers a variety of parks and trails for resident use. Wooded Coles Park, one of our most popular amenities, offers picnic facilities, sports practice fields, playgrounds, horseshoe pits, a multi-station exercise trail, and much more. Coles Park is also home to our old-fashioned gazebo/bandstand, where outdoor concerts and other community events take place.

Our 56-acre Coles Crossing Nature Park along Cypress Creek (Barker Cypress at Jarvis) preserves a beautiful natural area, outdoor classrooms and a 2.5-mile nature trail.  Note that this is a “nature trail”.  Don’t be surprised to see some wildlife including birds, spiders, maybe a couple of deer, and even snakes.

Coles Mill, an 8.5-acre park, offers the first of several stocked fishing ponds (for catch-and-release fishing only).  Additional playgrounds are located at Coles Mill and Coles Commons.
Coles Arbor is located in Section 8, our gated section, and is open to all Coles Crossing residents via the community’s greenbelt trail network. This 2-acre park is highlighted by a scenic pond. Map of Coles Crossing.

Coles Crossing offers miles of greenbelt and paved trails that wind throughout the community connecting our neighborhoods, parks, amenities, and Sampson Elementary School.

Currently, the Coles Crossing HOA is in the planning process to provide several additional updates and improvements throughout our community. The “Master Planning” process looks forward five and ten years to provide for an ongoing plan and direction for our community. This includes detailed feasibility studies for additional trails, additional features and improvements to our pools, landscape, tennis courts, fitness facility, sports fields, and community center.

Notes Regarding Private Events in Coles Crossing Parks:
While residents are welcome to hold birthday parties and other private events in Coles Crossing parks; these parks cannot be reserved on a private basis or closed off to other residents. However, residents are strongly encouraged to notify the management company, CMC, of plans for large parties so that they may inform other potential users desiring the same date. CMC’s phone number is 281-225-9000.

Catch-and-release fishing is only allowed in designated ponds in Coles Crossing. Coles Mill is the only amenity where fishing will be allowed. Swimming and boating is prohibited at all ponds and water areas in Coles Crossing.