Rabbit Hill Park now open in Teravista
Monday, February 5, 2018
Just in time for spring, Rabbit Hill Park is now open in Teravista.
Designed as “four parks in one,” Rabbit Hill Park is the final major addition to Teravista’s lineup of recreational amenities, which already includes a scenic championship golf course, two major community centers with swimming pools and fitness centers, over 10 miles of trails and much more.
Located north of Westinghouse Road, Rabbit Hill Park is near several of the final neighborhoods in Teravista, offering new homes priced from the $230,000s to over $700,000.
One of the park’s highlights is a Contemplative Trailhead that provides the ideal spot to observe and enjoy nature during any season. Plantings have been thoughtfully selected to attract butterflies, dragonflies and hummingbirds. Paving features display the cardinal directions, and the ample seating areas overlook a scenic pond.
Another fun area, Explorer Park, features an eye-catching Explorer Dome, an array of webs and challenges that will create a new adventure on every visit. Another highlight is the Dinosaur Dig, where kids can dig for fossils.
Designed to be environmentally friendly, Rabbit Hill Park minimizes water use and blends in with the surrounding native landscape.
All of the park areas within Rabbit Hill Park are linked with a trail system that includes a one-third mile multi-surface fitness loop with several strength-training stations.
The park is also be linked to more than 10 miles of trails that extend throughout Teravista, so residents can easily connect with more amenities such as The Club at Wildflower Park, The Residents’ Club, Teravista Lake Park and The Retreat at Teravista.
Opening a little later this spring, the Splash Park at Rabbit Hill Park will feature a towering spider blasting webs of water over 2,000 square feet, inviting visitors to engage in a colossal battle against the giant “Ter-antula.” A dragonfly mural and flowering water features will offer more entertainment.
The Splash Park is located at the highest point in Rabbit Hill Park, giving it a perfect vantage point to view the Northside Trailhead.
Newland Communities, the developer of Teravista, created Rabbit Hill Park in partnership with the City of Georgetown.
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