Tin Shui Wai Park is a 15-hectare public park in the heart of Tin Sui Wai New Town, in Yuen Long District, in the northwestern part of the New Territories of Hong Kong. The park serves as a tranquil oasis for residents of nearby residential estates as well as a hub for leisure and recreational activities.
The park, which was opened to the public in 1997, features tennis courts, a soccer pitch, gateball court, basketball courts that also serve as volleyball courts, a model boat pool, model car track, children's playground, Tai Chi area, skateboard ground, and children's maze.
The highlight of the Tin Shui Wai Park is the man-made lake which seamlessly fit in the natural-looking tropical gardens. The lake, as well as the water fountains and beautifully-landscaped trails, tie in with the name of the town, "Tin" (sky) and "Shui" (water).
The park is open 24 hours a day with some facilities only available at certain times.