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Parks & Recreation Centers
All City parks are open from dawn to dusk. All parks are officially closed when parks lights are turned off or after dusk when the park becomes dark. It is unlawful for people to be on the premises of City parks or recreation facilities after closing. It is also unlawful for people to park or leave motor vehicles on the premises of City parks or recreation facilities after closing.
Broyhill Walking Park
Commonly referred to as the "Walking Park," T.H. Broyhill Walking Park covers 20 acres and features a paved walking loop, a lake, a nature sanctuary, and botanical gardens.
The Unity Parks Community Gardens provides a place for residents to learn about gardening and grow fresh healthy produce for their families.
J.E. Broyhill Park
Built around 1970, J.E. Broyhill Park covers 9.4 acres and is easily accessible from Downtown Lenoir. The park offers picnic shelters and grills, basketball, and more.
Lenoir Aquatic & Fitness Center
The Lenoir Aquatic & Fitness Center offers indoor and outdoor pools, fitness classes, a gym, racket ball, and more!
The Lenoir Greenway system offers more than nine miles of trails for outdoor activities including walking, running, and mountain biking.
Lenoir High School
The Lenoir High School facility includes the gym, auditorium, and Mack Cook Stadium, which covers 4.5 acres.
Lenoir Optimist Park
Lenoir Optimist Park covers 12 acres across from Mulberry Recreation Center. The park offers lighted baseball / softball fields, picnic shelters, and more
Lenoir Rotary Soccer Complex
The Lenoir Rotary Soccer Complex covers 13 acres and includes eight soccer fields used for area games and practices. The complex is adjacent to the Lenoir Greenway.
Martin Luther King Jr. Center
Martin Luther King Jr. Center covers almost 10 acres and provides indoor and outdoor recreation opportunities.
Mulberry Recreation Center
Mulberry Recreation Center covers 27 acres and provides general indoor and outdoor recreation opportunities.
Wilson Athletic Park
Donated by the late T. Henry Wilson, Wilson Athletic Park covers 18 acres and offers baseball / softball fields, a soccer field, and open space for practices and games.
Zacks Fork Mountain Biking Trail
The Zacks Fork Mountain Biking Trail is located in the wooded area west, north, and east of the Lenoir Aquatic & Fitness Center.