Huntersville, NC

Spend time outside in the parks of Huntersville

Ashleigh Dunkem

HUNTERSVILLE, NC - Spending too much time indoors while struggling with gadgets is not a good deed for our physical and mental health. Now and then, we need to go out and get fresh air to recollect our inner peace. Here is a list of available parks in Huntersville that you can visit.

Bradford Park is located at 1705 Davidson-Concord Road Huntersville, NC 28078. This park has been open to the public since April 2009 and is the newest and the largest park in Huntersville. Bradford Park is a project developed by the Town of Huntersville and Mecklenburg County.

In this park, you can spend time together with your friends and family by doing any type of activity. Whether it's sports, community events, or just a casual evening stroll with your pets. Any type of activity is possible to hold in this park since it has many facilities that can support people's needs.

The facilities that are available in these parks include Disc Golf, soccer field, picnic areas and grills, playground, shelter, and restrooms.

North Mecklenburg Park is a place established and maintained by the Huntersville Parks and Recreation Department. This park is most suitable for exercise due to the many sports facilities contained in this park. North Mecklenburg Park has baseball and soccer fields, basketball and tennis courts, even trails for mountain biking or walking.

North Mecklenburg Park is located at 16131 Old Statesville Rd Huntersville, NC 28078.

Meanwhile, Clarks Creek Community Park is most suitable for playing with pets and spending a fun time with children. This is because Clarks Creek Community Park has more facilities that can support those fun experiences such as a dog park, sprayground, loop trail system, and community garden.
This park is located near Clarks Creek Nature Preserve on 5435 Hucks Road Charlotte, NC 28269.

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