Upcoming Events
Apr 30
Huntersville Town Center, 105 Gilead Road, Huntersville, NC
May 21
Huntersville Town Center, 105 Gilead Road, Huntersville, NC
Contacts

Parks and Recreation Administrative Offices
105 Gilead Rd., 3rd Floor
Huntersville, NC 28078
704.766.2220

Recreation Director
Michael Jaycocks, CPRP
email

Assistant Director
Scott Treon, CPRP, CPSI
email

Admin. Assistant
Ginny Neely
email

Recreation Superintendent
Tracy Houk
email

Maintenance Superintendent
Joe Greene, CPSI
email

Facility & Tournament Supervisor
Steve Roberson, CPSI
email

Parks & Recreation
 

Online Program/Activity Survey's!

 

If you have recently participated in one of our programs/activities or visited an event, please take a moment to tell us what you think, how we can improve, & other types of programs/activities you would like us to offer.

 

Click here to take survey

Record Breaking Park Attendance in 2013!

The Town of Huntersville Parks and Recreation Department has seen another record breaking year for park and facility attendance. The Department keeps traffic counts and attendance counts at its four largest parks and five gymnasiums. These nine facilities and parks saw more than 1.3 million visits in 2013. This was an increase of more than 7% over 2012. For the third straight year, North Mecklenburg Park was the most visited park in Huntersville with more than 361,000 visits. Richard Barry Park saw a 19% increase from 2012, which was the largest increase of all parks and facilities. The Parks and Recreation Department has been keeping attendance records since 2005. With the addition of new parks and expanded parks the increased attendance has gone from 602,446 visitors in 2005 to 1,329,140 visitors in 2013. That is a 120% increase. During that same time period, Huntersville’s population has grown by 31%.


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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.


 

The department strives to develop and maintain safe and attractive parks and recreation areas; to partner and cooperate with other town departments, area agencies, sponsors and organizations to address the leisure needs of residents in the most cost-effective manner, and to support the physical, mental, moral and economic health of our community through provision and promotion of special events as well as traditional recreational programs and opportunities.

HPRD’s Parks and Facilities Division is responsible for maintaining and operating 18 parks and recreational facilities which include: 21 baseball/softball fields, 17 soccer fields, 10 playgrounds, 13 tennis courts, 7 outdoor basketball courts, 9 covered shelters, 10 restroom facilities, 5 gymnasiums, 2 Civic Buildings, & 18 hole disc golf course.

 

The Huntersville Parks and Recreation Department's programming division offers high quality and diverse programs to the citizens of Huntersville at the lowest cost possible. The department offered over 190 successful programs and special events to over 16,000 participants last year. 

Programs offered range from girl’s volleyball, adult softball, teen adventure camps, senior bridge, start smart, & after school enrichment 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 Department and all efforts will be made to meet the needs of the public

For more information, click on the program and athletic links!