Huntsville Parks Guide

weheartparksWe’re SUPER big fans of Leslie Knope around these parts and just like Ms. Knope we’re big fans of parks. Luckily, the Tennessee Valley has a bunch of them. To help moms and dads who are searching for some crucial info about them before wandering out – Is there play equipment? Is there a bathroom? Is there shade? – we’ve created this handy guide. So what are you waiting for? GET OUTSIDE!

Help Us Make This Page Better

Do you have strong feelings – good or bad – about a local park? If you see it listed on this page and it has a link, we’ve covered it but you can add more in the comment section of that post. If it’s listed with no link, we’re working on it but you’re welcome to submit your thoughts via our Parks Recommendation Form. Plus, when you’re out and about at any of our local parks and greenspaces, take photos on Instagram and use the hashtag #hsvparks to be part of our slideshow (your profile must be set to public). 

Huntsville and Madison County Parks Map


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Huntsville- Downtown

Big Spring Park
Bierne Ave Park
“Bud” Cramer Jr. Park

Huntsville – NW

Sherwood Park

Huntsville – NE

Monte Sano State Park
Optimist Park

Huntsville – SE

California Street Park
Hays Nature Preserve
Hastings Park
Madison Co. Nature Trail

Huntsville – SW

Kids’ Space
Brahan Spring Park Natatorium

Madison

Leathertree Park
Dublin Park
Creekwood Park
Gilwood Memorial Park

Madison County

Sharon Johnston Park

Limestone County

Big Spring Park (Athens)

Morgan County

A.C. Banks (Decatur)
Adventure Park
Aquadome Park
Delano Park (Decatur)
Jack Allen Complex (Decatur)
SNAP (Hartselle)

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