With multiple parks connected by trails, Reed’s Crossing is like one big playground.
Just one of several parks planned, this spot is easy to locate due to the huge oak trees still thriving from the days when Reed’s Crossing was a farm. It’s said that the farmer who lived here kept these trees so he could have a shady spot to enjoy his lunch. Now, it’s a place for neighbors to gather and children to play in the shade and protection that the oaks have provided for generations.
Named in honor of the farmer who worked this land for many years, this park will have an agriculturally themed playground. While the play structure, swings and open area will give kids a chance to expend their energy, it will also bring families together to relax, play games, and have fun. The park also offers a walking loop for people of all ages. It’s designed to remind the community of the history of the land as it circles a large, legacy white oak tree and passes wetlands and Gordon Creek located in the Greenway.
We didn’t just think about the parks, but how you’ll get around to see all of them. At Reed’s Crossing, you’ll be able to leave your car behind. A robust system of multimodal trails connects each of the neighborhoods of Reed’s Crossing. Go by foot, bicycle, scooter, stroller—whichever you prefer—and explore the community’s parks and proposed shopping and dining in the Town Center. You’ll be able to connect with neighbors, friends, friendly dogs, and curious cats along the way. Every day is a chance to meet someone or discover something new.