Wilcrest Park will be built on a 3.4-acre parcel of land just north of the Robinson Westchase Library. The park's design includes a children's play area, performance pavilion, dog park, botanical garden, exercise stations, public art, an area for table games, a food kiosk, parking for food trucks, restrooms and a 30,000-square foot activity lawn perfect for movie nights, yoga, tai chi and concerts. Wilcrest Park connects to the District's trail system. This park will be more than a neighborhood park; it will be a destination park for all of West Houston.
Wilcrest Park will have high-quality amenities and activities, like those in Houston's best parks. Westchase District's Projects Director (and treasurer of the Westchase District Community Fund) Louis Jullien is leading the campaign to raise the additional funds ($3.2 million) needed to make Wilcrest Park the same kind of transformational space that Discovery Green and Levy Park have been for downtown Houston and the Upper Kirby area.