Lewisville Regional Park
Lewisville Regional Park is Clark County’s oldest park and often considered its flagship park. The Works Progress Administration developed the 154-acre park during the Great Depression.
The park encompasses forests and meadows along the East Fork of the Lewis River, with a 2.8-mile trail meandering through the park. A small boat launch is located in the park’s northeast end where the park’s access road ends.
Outdoor activities abound including fishing, picnicking and horseshoes. There is one main baseball field and several play fields, playgrounds and restrooms throughout the park.
- 13 shelters, ranging in seating capacity from 20 to 200
- 17 barbecue grills
- 147 picnic tables
- 20 horseshoe pits
- 5 baseball/softball backstops
- 1 basketball half court
- 15 sets of playground equipment
- Boat launch
- 2.79 miles of gravel/dirt path
- 26 drinking fountains
- 5 restrooms
- 307 parking spaces, plus 23 disabled parking stalls
Lewisville has 13 reservable shelters that can seat between 20 and 200 people. The cost is $25 to $100 per day, depending on the shelter’s size.
All shelters have 6- to 8-foot long tables, water spigots, electrical outlets and fire pits. Most shelters also have horseshoe pits and charcoal barbecue grills nearby.
Other portions of the park may be available for weddings and other events on a case-by-case basis with an approved special use permit. Air-inflated “bounce houses” are allowed with approved special use permits, but dunk tanks are not.
Swimming is allowed at Lewisville Regional Park, but there are no lifeguards on duty. The river can have swift currents, and water depths can vary. Park users swim at their own risk. Parents should be vigilant watching children near the water.
7 a.m. to dusk