Parks and Recreation

Parks and Recreation

Panorama Village is proud to be the chosen home to hundreds of growing families. The country feel, the easy lifestyle and close proximity of excellent schools, both public and private, contribute to the continued popularity of Panorama among families.

The Panorama Village City Council is assisted in their work in the Parks and Recreation arena by a hardworking group of folks who are keenly interested in providing for the recreation needs of all Villagers. The Committee has excellent leadership in its Chairman, Clint Fowler, who is supported by the efforts of Barbara Dewitz and Pat McCaw. Many, many others have contributed to the development of Parks and Recreation in Panorama, and continue their valued service to the community. We like hearing from you, so please share your thoughts with us!

Thunderbird Park

Currently boasts a basketball court, swings, slides, and play structure in a fully fenced area. Upgrades to the park include a covered structure to providing shelter from the hot summer sun, benches, water fountains, etc.

Apache Circle

A new park designed for joggers and outdoor fun for all, Apache Park is designed with a jogging path, exercise stations, play structures which include boulder climbing, rock climbing and activity equipment, benches, seating, water fountains, plenty of shade and off street parking.

Schroeder Park

Located at the “Y” curve at Panorama Drive and Greenbriar, Schroeder Park is designed as an activity center; a place to meet and visit, as well as jogging paths, exercise stations, lighting, seating, and other amenities.

Located adjacent to the community pool, the park is designed with our younger residents in mind, including climbing activities, merry go round, swings, and more. Park benches beneath huge oak trees make it a popular destination for one and all.

The Pavilion

Located directly across from The Village Golf Club, and adjacent to the swimming pool is the pavilion, a large covered area with picnic tables, a Mother’s shelter, restrooms, etc. Check with City Hall for information on private rentals.