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Parks & Recreation

It is the mission of Huntersville Parks and Recreation Department to provide a localized system of parks and recreation resources and services to enhance the quality of life of Huntersville residents. HPRD’s Parks and Facilities Division is responsible for maintaining and operating 24 parks and recreational facilities which include: 23 baseball/softball fields, 19 soccer fields, 12 playgrounds, 13 tennis courts, 7 outdoor basketball courts, 11 covered shelters, 11 restroom facilities, 6 gymnasiums, 4 Civic Buildings, & 18 hole disc golf course.


The Greenway, Bikeway, & Trail Commission will not have an official meeting this month (June), instead they will attend the public meeting for the Northwest Huntersville Transportation Plan on June 20th.


 


Current Projects

 

VETERANS PARK AT MAIN AND MAXWELL PROJECT


NEW RECREATION CENTER PROJECT 

**Starting February 2017 through the end of the year, the Huntersville Athletic Park (HAP) walking trail around the multipurpose fields will be temporarily closed due to construction of the new recreation facility.  Once the recreation facility is completed, the HAP trial will re-open around the first of the year in 2018.**

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The Huntersville Parks and Recreation Department's programming division offers quality and diverse programs to the citizens of Huntersville at the lowest cost possible. The department offered over 90 successful programs and special events to over 17,000 participants last year.
Programs offered range from art classes, special events, girl’s volleyball, adult softball, adventure summer camps, senior programs, trips, preschool programs, start smart, senior softball, pickleball, after school & kids out fun day programs.

The Huntersville Parks and Recreation Department strives to provide the citizens of Huntersville with a variety of programs and activities. If there are programs not listed here that you would like to see implemented, please contact the us and all efforts will be made to meet the needs of the public.

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For information about scholarships for town recreation programs, please call 704-766-2220. 
Click here to view scholarship policy.