If “going to the park” brings to mind a trip to Reunion Park, that’s not altogether surprising. After all, with approximately 52 acres that include trails, athletic fields, an amphitheater, a rec center, and eight acres of lakes and waterfalls, Reunion Park is without question the community’s crown jewel.

Reunion Park
Reunion Park

But there are many more gems to discover at Reunion™ a Shea Homes® Community. As the community has grown, so has its collection of pocket parks—smaller neighborhood oasis near enough for impromptu play dates, Frisbee tosses, or clear-your-head alone time. Having these little green getaways just a few steps from home adds to everyone’s quality of life. Here’s the lowdown on the 10 other parks Reunion families enjoy.

Box Elder Park-Conveniently situated beside the Buffalo Run Golf Course, this park has something for everyone in the family, with playgrounds for both tots and older kids, plus a picnic shelter.

Heartland Park-Not far from Reunion Park, Heartland Park offers a more intimate experience with a small open playfield, picnic shelter, and playground designed specifically for little ones.

Heartland Park
Heartland Park

Sunflower Park-Meandering paths through formal, ornamental grass plantings make this the ideal place for a quiet evening walk.

Unity Park-Grab your bike and hop on the Buckley Regional Trail System, which runs through this park. Or stay put for a game of catch in the open playfield or a romp on the two playgrounds.

Touchstone Park-With its symmetrical layout and formal plantings and benches, Touchstone Park is a lovely place to chat with a friend, read a book, or watch the sunset.

Harmony Park-A good spot for a playdate with a tot playground and benches for chatting parents.

Southlawn Park-Reunion’s second-largest park, Southlawn is another excellent community gathering place, boasting a pavilion with a stage, playground, and playfield. A running path also encircles the park.

Southlawn Park
Southlawn Park

Pinwheel Park-A playground forms the heart of this small park, ringed by formal walkways and grass plantings.

Liberty Park-A bell monument and picnic shelter divide this park into two small playfields, which can be used for different activities.

Discovery Park-Close to Reunion’s future high school, this park offers benches and ornamental grass plantings, along with a playground.

With 11 diverse parks to choose from, a beautiful escape is always just steps from your home at Reunion.


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