Parks Maintenance Division
1301 Brentwood Street
The Parks Division of the High Point Parks and Recreation Department is responsible for maintaining the cities 37 parks and greenway system. In addition to these areas, the Parks Division also maintains approximately 180 traffic islands/medians, 2 City entrances, as well as numerous city buildings and the Downtown Central Business District. The total acreage maintained by the Parks Division is approximately 640 acres with 70 acres being athletic turf.
The Parks Division goal is to build a future for High Point through recreation. Our Parks are open from sunrise to sunset, unless otherwise posted.
This program is designed to insure the preservation and safety of our parks by soliciting help from citizens to watch the parks in their neighborhoods. To report an emergency, please call 911. To report a non-emergency, call (336) 883-3514 during the hours of 7:00am-3:30pm, Monday-Friday, after 3:30pm and on weekends call our Customer Service Department at (336) 883-3111 or the after hours Park Ranger number at (336) 883-3224.
Thank you for helping to keep our parks safe for everyone.
CITY OF HIGH POINT PARK AND RECREATION STANDARDS
|Mini Park||< 5 acres||.25 to .5||1/4 to 1/2 mile|
|Neighborhood Park||5-15 acres||3||1/2 to 1 mile|
|Community Park||15+ acres||3||1 to 3 miles|
|Regional Park||75 to 500+ acres||40||30 mins to 1 hour|
|Parks:||Neighborhood Parks:||Mini Parks:|
|Allen Jay Park
City Lake Park
Deep River Park
Dillon Road Park
High Point Athletic Complex
High Point Greenway Trail System
Johnson Street Disc Golf Park Johnson Street Sports Complex
Oak Hollow Park
Squire Davis Park (Proposed)
University Park (Proposed)
Washington Terrace Park & Community Center
West End Park
Council Street Park
Five Points Park
Guilford & Howard Street
Meredith & Furlough Street
Pershing Street Park
Vernon Street Park
Walnut & Commerce Street