Proof of a carefully planned community can be found in its tree-lined streetscapes, diverse residential districts, bustling commerce centers, revered educational institutions, and vibrant recreational amenities. With the community envisioned as a true, live/work/play environment, Mountain House goes a step beyond. In addition to the 12 five-acre neighborhood parks that will anchor each of the villages, Mountain House will offer acres upon acres of meandering walking trails, bicycle paths, as well as six fully equipped community parks that will be located throughout the quaint village landscape. While all of the neighborhood parks will offer tot lots for younger children, play areas for older children, family picnic areas, multipurpose open space for soccer or softball, and multi-use courts for tennis, basketball, volleyball, or handball, the community parks will enjoy abundant wide-open space and will offer specialized recreational experiences beyond the scope of the neighborhood parks to further enhance the outdoor life at Mountain House.

  • 18-hole championship golf course designed by Freddy Couples coming in 2009. Available for public play.
  • Located in the Town Center, Central Park will be a 40-acre multi-purpose parks complex that reinforces the pedestrian-friendly and community-centered downtown area.
  • Serving the residents of north Mountain House, North Community Park will offer 21 acres of sports-related play.
  • South Community Park’s 35 acres will be home to sports fields, hard courts, picnic areas, tot lots, and trails.
  • 70 acres have been set aside for Mountain House Creek Community Park. It will feature passive, creek-oriented recreation.
  • The Old River Regional Park will be 70 acres of protected naturalized terrain. This park will run along the riverfront of Old River, and will include picnic areas, boating ramps, fishing platforms, multi-use trails, play areas, habitat preservation and observation points, and more.