Southside Recreation Center & Park
401 Taylor Avenue
High Point, NC 27260
Tevon Womack - Recreation Center Supervisor
Monday - Thursday: 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Friday: 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Saturday: 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
- Basketball Court(s)
- Fitness Center
- Small Activity Room(s)
- Multi-Sport Court
- Paved Walking Trail
- Picnic Shelters
The center has two multipurpose rooms available to rent for reunions, wedding recreations, graduation parties or any type of family gathering you may have when not in use for regular operational programs and activities. Call for more information or access the rentals resource.
For a list of our programs, see below. Please call Southside Recreation Center for more information.
Ages 18+. Patrons must register for workout sessions and sign a waiver before entering the fitness center. Open during regular center operational hours. Fee is $2 per person, per visit or $60 for an annual membership.
Fitness equipment includes:
|Bench press||Rowing machine|
|Elliptical machine||Smith machine|
|Fitness rope, kettlebells, weights||Spin bikes|
|Lockers, showers||Stationary bike|
Southwest Heritage Greenway
This .44 mile paved trail runs between Vail Avenue and Grimes Avenue with parking located at the Southside Recreation Center. From Taylor Avenue to Grimes Avenue, enjoy the Botanical Woodland Teaching Garden, a helix shaped walkway that combines art with nature.
Southside Recreation Center is the home of many organizations in our area.
- The Boys & Girls Club of Greater High Point - 336.889.3446
- Piedmont Health Services and Sickle Cell Agency - 336.886.2437
- Fairview Family Resource Center - 336.882.8907
- High Point Leap - 336.882.9511
The Splashpad opens Memorial Day weekend and closes Labor Day annually. Hours: daily from 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.
High Point Parks & Recreation, the United Way of Greater High Point and High Point LEAP were awarded a KaBoom! grant for one court, funded by the Newell Brands Charitable Foundation. The planning process involved additional community partners who recruited volunteers, handled logistics and raised additional funding to complete the second court and several additional projects.
Youth from the Southside area chose what sports they would like the court to include during a Design Day held a few months before the court was installed. More than 75 volunteers from across High Point worked together to transform two older basketball courts into a flexible 10,000 square foot KaBoom! multi-sport court, upon which our community's children can play soccer, basketball, hockey, pickleball, futsal and more.
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