Parks & Facilities
Parks and Facilities Map
1 Heritage Park
Great place to view the beautiful fountain, Autauga Creek dam, millpond and Daniel Pratt's industrial buildings.
2 Spinners Park
Playground, ball fields, grills, picnic tables. Pavilion is available for rental. Site of the Annual Spinners Pumpkin Patch Arts and Crafts Festival each fall.
3 Bell Park
Two lighted baseball fields. Home of 13 and 14 year old Dixie Boys. Youth football also practices here.
4 Pratt Park & Pool
Location: 460 Doster Road
334.595.0800 (Reserve a Pavilion or talk to staff)
334.365.0251 (Pool, but is only answered during seasonal hours of operation)
Pratt Park is located in the "heart of old Prattville", features a small pond, walking trail, amphitheatre, picnic tables. Adjacent to "A Child's Place" playground. Site of numerous community events, including the Lions Club Fourth of July Barbecue and Service League's Labor Day Barbecue. Barbecue pit and two pavilions available for rental.
Location: 256 Doster Street
Phone: (334) 365-0251 (only answered during seasonal hours of operation)
Hours: Friday, Noon - 5 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Admission: $3 per person (under age 3 is free)
Family Pool Pass: $120
5 Wilderness Park
Location: 800 Upper Kingston Road
In this park, giant oriental bamboo soar 60 feet to form a canopy in the sky. The bamboo competes with native trees and shrubs to form this most unusual area, which also contains the State's second largest Beech tree. The Spinners Club, a woman's service organization, was instrumental in saving this area from sub-division several years ago.
6 Upper Kingston Park
Location: 1309 Upper Kingston Road
Phone: (334) 595-0800
Three lighted, 2 unlighted soccer fields, lighted walking trail, exercise stations. Pavilion and community center with kitchen, available for rentals.
7 Mac Gray Park
Location: 1050 Martin Luther King Drive
Phone: (334) 595-0800
Lighted softball fields, concession stand. Home of adult softball. Adjacent to Autauga County Fairgrounds. Softball fields available for rental.
8 North Highland Park
Basketball court, playground, and picnic tables.
10 Lewis Gillespie Senior Center
Location: 332 Doster Road
Phone: (334) 595-0842 or (334) 595-0840
Nutrition site, games, crafts, dances, exercise classes, day-trips. All activities are designed with the senior adult in mind. Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) office is also in this facility.
11 Doster Memorial Community Center
Location: 424 South Northington Street
Phone: (334) 595-0800
Houses offices of Department of Leisure Services. Meeting rooms, kitchen, auditorium available for rental.
12 Kiwanis Park
13 Newton Park
Five lighted tennis courts, 4 softball fields. Home of girls' softball.
14 Overlook Memorial Park
A section of Overlook Memorial Park has been dedicated to the Butch Ray Fragrance Garden. The garden features plants and shrubs which can be identified and enjoyed by their odor, thus giving those with limited or no sight an opportunity to enjoy the garden.
Playground and walking path. Pavilion available for rental.
15 David Whetstone Jr Sports Complex
Location: 802 County Road 4 West
Phone: (334) 595-0825
Five lighted and 2 unlighted baseball fields. Home of Dixie Youth and Dixie Majors baseball programs.
16 Spring Hill Park
Basketball court, playground, grills, picnic tables. Pavilions available for rentals. The back side of Spring Hill Park.
17 Cooters Pond Park
Location: 1844 Cooters Pond Road (On the banks of the beautiful Alabama River)
Two boat ramps, docks, riverwalk, picnic grills, tables, basketball court, large green-space for flying kites, touch football, Frisbee-tossing, and family activities. Three pavilions are available for rental. This park is also home to the See, Pick and Eat Nut Grove as well as the Dog Park, both located on the upper level.
18 Jasmine Trail & East Poplar Park
19 Stanley-Jensen Stadium
Phone: (334) 365-0139
Home of Prattville High School football and soccer home games.
20 Dog Park
Location: Upper Level at Cooters Pond Park.
This area has been fenced off as a play area for dogs and their owners.
21 See Pick Eat Nut Grove
The See, Pick and Eat nut grove was planted by the Prattville Tree Commission so that citizens, particularly children, could learn about the various types of nut-producing trees and experience the satisfaction of sampling the nuts.