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hen you live at Imperial Oaks, you’re never far from a relaxing, natural place where you can reconnect with yourself and your loved ones. You can be on a nature hike within minutes. The whole family can bike for miles on greenbelt trails, winding through forest and meadow. The entire neighborhood comes together regularly for swimming, soccer, tee-ball and lots of other activities.

Imperial Oaks’ 1,400-acre master plan devotes over 100 acres to recreational amenities, with an emphasis on preserving wooded natural areas and creating neighborhood parks linked by a growing network of greenbelt trails.

Just a few of our Recreational Amenities:

Imperial Oaks Park
Imperial Oaks Residents Club
Imperial Oaks Sports Park
Havenhouse Park
Palmetto Park
Webber Pond Nature Preserve
Redwing Nature Preserve
Cattail Pond Nature Preserve
Magnolia Park
Plus Many Other Amenities

Imperial Oaks Park
• Imperial Oaks’ largest park, this 43-acre park preserves a natural wooded
  area in the heart of the community
• 1.5-mile loop walking and jogging trail with exercise stations and scenic
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Imperial Oaks Residents Club
• Jr. Olympic Swimming Pool, home of our popular swim team, the Seals
• Clubhouse and Community Hall for resident gatherings and special events
• Resort-style swimming pool with fun water amusement features.
• Playgrounds
• Picnic pavilions
• Volleyball courts
• Basketball courts (Back to top)

Imperial Oaks Sports Park
• Soccer Fields
• A nine-acre field sports complex actively used by Imperial Oaks youth teams
• T-Ball Fields (Back to top)

Havenhouse Park
• Neighborhood Pocket Park
• Tennis Courts
• Swimming Pool
• Playground
• Clubhouse & Community Hall for resident gatherings and special events

Palmetto Park
• Neighborhood Pocket Park
• Playground
• Nature Preserve (Back to top)

Webber Pond Nature Preserve
• Heavily wooded 28-acre nature preserve
• This scenic trail begins at the Webber Pond Nature Preserve, and winds around Imperial Oaks Park 5 & 6 to finish at the
  Sports Park. (Back to top)

Redwing Nature Preserve
Heavily wooded 10-acre nature preserve and bird sanctuary
• Access restricted to protect the natural environment.

Cattail Pond Nature Preserve
• A 2.8-acre nature preserve and bird sanctuary with forest and wetland areas.
• Access restricted to protect plant and animal habitats. (Back to top)

Magnolia Park
On Imperial Oaks Blvd., this scenic passive park preserves a magnificent 150-year-old
   magnolia tree. (Back to top)

Other Amenities
• Miles of greenbelt trails linking parks and
  neighborhoods. Hundreds of trees have been
  planted along these trails.
• Beautifully landscaped main entry, neighborhood   entries and common areas.
YMCA (Click link then search with the 77386 zip code)

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