Camden Park, like its sister Woodchase Park, represents a true partnership between Westchase District, the City of Houston, and the business community.

The city purchased the land ($2.4 million) for Camden Park. Westchase District is developing the park using $12.1 million from its 380 Agreement with the City of Houston. Local businesses and philanthropic organizations contributed the $3.2 million to cover the gap in funds necessary to complete Camden Park into a regional destination.

Camden Park was named in honor of its primary donor, Camden Property Trust, which owns and manages multifamily apartment communities across the United States, with two communities in Westchase District.

Other leadership gifts include naming rights for an element of the park. H-E-B sponsored the Performance Pavilion. Phillips 66 sponsored the Promenade. BGE sponsored the Outdoor Reading Room, CenterPoint Energy sponsored the Water Play Zone, Green Mountain Energy Sun Club sponsored the Botanical Garden and Perry Homes sponsored the Seating Grove.

Other leadership gifts were pledged by Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam, Park Eight, Texas Parks & Wildlife, Stedman West Foundation, The Brown Foundation, The Sunderland Foundation, The Cullen Foundation and The Elkins Foundation. The Westchase District Board of Directors is grateful to each of these donors who contributed to the park. They will be recognized on special signage within Camden Park.