Neighborhood & Community Parks

  • Culpepper Park

    Tucked in residential area at the corner of Primrose Drive NW and Tanner Drive NW, provides two acres of park space with a playground and baseball field.

    Park Amenities:

    Baseball Field

    Playground

    Location: Primrose Drive Off Culpepper Street

    Hours are From Sunrise to Sunset

 

  • Stiefelmeyer Park

    Is a three-acre strip of park located at the corner of 8th Ave NE and Meadowview Drive NE. Attendees can stay active on basketball courts, soccer goals, and playground equipment. Afterward they can rest under pavilions with tables.

    Park Amenities:

    Soccer Goals

    Pavilion with Picnic Tables

    Outdoor Basketball Courts

    Swings

    Disc Golf

    New Playground Equipment (Purchased with Money from the Cullman Lions Club)

    Location: Meadowview Dr. NE Cullman, AL 35055

    Hours are From Sunrise to Sunset

 

  • East Side Park

    Now called Lions Club Park because of the wonderful contributions by the local Lions Club, is located on 7th street SE. On 4.4 acres of space, Lions Club Park has baseball fields, basketball courts, playground equipment, and picnic tables.

    Park Amenities:

    Baseball Field

    Playground

    Outdoor Basketball Courts

    Picnic Tables

    Location: 1315 7th Street SE Cullman, AL 35055

    Hours are From Sunrise to Sunset

 

  • Nesmith Park

    Sits at the corner of 3rd Street SW and McNabb Road SW. The park contains 14 acres of land where children and adults alike can exercise. A basketball court, baseball fields, and a youth football complex ensure ample space for community sports. Children can enjoy the playground and take a break under covered pavilions. Cullman Park and Recreation’s community garden is also located at Nesmith Park.

    Park Amenities

    Youth Football

    Community Garden

    3 Baseball/Softball Fields

    Playground

    Concessions

    Pavilions

    Picnic Tables

    Outdoor Basketball Court

    Phone Number: 256-734-2585

    Location: Corner of McNabb St. SW and 3rd St. SW by West Elementary School

    Hours are From Sunrise to Sunset

 

  • City Park

    Located on 1.8 acres at the corner of Main Avenue SW and 2nd Street SW, City Park is the former home of the Cullman Park and Recreation Department’s main office. The park features the Art Building, which hosts all CP&R art programs, and, if the family wants to get out on a beautiful day, visitors can find grills, picnic tables, basketball courts, playground equipment, and a small creek running through the park.

    Park Amenities

    Picnic Tables

    Basketball

    Playground

    Small Creek Running Through the Park

    Art Building Housing All CP&R Art Programs

    Location: Off Main Ave. ¼ north of Hwy. 278

    Hours are From Sunrise to Sunset

 

  • Carroll Acres Park

    Houses a residential park space in the southeastern part of the city on Timberland Drive and Elm Drive SE. Making great use of the beautiful wooded area, it provides an outdoor volleyball court, baseball field, playground equipment, a pavilion, and picnic tables to the local community.

    Park Amenities:

    Playground

    Volleyball court

    Baseball fields

    Pavilion

    Picnic tables

    Located Off Briarwood Lane

    Hours are From Sunrise to Sunset

 

  • Depot Park

    Located just outside the warehouse district on the corner of Arnold Street and 2nd Ave, the park is home to a beautiful fountain, paths for walking, and the famous “Parade of State Flags.”

    Park Amenities:

    Picnic Areas

    Large Water Fountain

    Walking Trails

    Open Urban Green Spaces

    “Parade of State Flags”

    Hours are From Sunrise to Sunset

 

  • Archery Park

    Located across the street from Cross Creek Golf Course, the Cullman Community Archery Park was developed through a partnership between the Alabama Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries, City of Cullman, and the Archery Trade Association.  The park features adult and youth known distance targets from 15-50 yards and 5-20 yards, respectively. A 12-foot high elevated platform provides bowhunters with an opportunity to simulate hunting conditions at targets from 10-40 yards.  There is also a 16 target walk through course for archers to shoot at targets at unknown distances.