Parks Division

The mission of the Centerton Parks is to provide a place for citizens to enjoy the outdoors, encourage physical fitness, self wellness,  and create community relations. 

The City of Centerton has seven playgrounds with new equipment and rubber mulch for safety. Each playground offers a different variety of options to choose from. City Hall with swings and playground equipment (Basketball Court and Pickleball Courts underconstruction) to Walker Park nestled in a quiet neighborhood with swings and spring riders.   

Contact Info

Josh Price
Parks Superintendent
11509 W. Hwy 72
479-224-6028
Email

Everett Wood
Parks Crew Leader
11509 W. Hwy 72
479-224-6028

Locations

McKissic Station Park

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Park includes the City's Splash pad, large playground area, disc. golf, access to a small lake and stream. (Fishing is permitted.)

City Park
290 N. Main St.
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Large Playground, basketball courts

Harvest St. Park
1000 block
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Small playground, access to a small pond. (Fishing permitted, catch and release suggested.)

Walker St. Park
700 Block
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small playground

Thompson Park
600 Block of Cass Rd.
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small playground, with basketball goals.

Hickory Park
200 Block of Fern St.
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small playground

William Lee Coffelt Memorial Park
600 Block of Olivia Ln.
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small playground

City Park(under construction)
Womack Rd./Kimmel Rd.
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large dog park, large playground. Pond(No fishing permitted.)

Kinyon Sports Complex
1698 Gamble Rd.
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4 baseball fields, soccer/football field, small playground

Temp. Baseball fields
300 Block of Keller Rd.
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Temporary baseball fields. future plans are unknown at this time.

Keller Road Dog Park
Keller Rd./Seba Rd.
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Dog Park, access to City Trail system.