The Best Public Parks in Huntsville

Handpicked Top 3 Public Parks in Huntsville, Alabama. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


5105 Nolen Ave, Huntsville, AL 35801

Since 1938

Disc Golf Course, Playground, Trails, Football, Walking Path, Camping, Pavilions, Hiking & Biking Trails

Kids 3 & Under are Free Admission - 2,140 Acres Park - Offer a serene mountain setting that is ideal for a variety of meetings

Price: Adult Fee Ages 12+ $5.00

Mon - Sun 8:00 am - Sunset

I love this State Park. Hiked a trail with my brother and his wife. Arrowhead trail. It was awesome for my first time. Definitely want to go back and see and hike more of the trails when I have more time.. it is definitely beautiful and I can't wait to get back to it. Ever in Huntsville do yourself a favor and support and Explore your state park. I promise you won't regret it.

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200 Church St SW, Huntsville, AL 35801

Children's Play Areas, Benches, Trees, Picnic Shelters, Feed Ducks, Walking Paths & Waterside Green Space

Wheelchair Accessible - 12.5 Acres Park

Open 24 Hours

Beautiful park in central Huntsville. Plenty of ducks and geese, including feed stations where you can purchase food for the animals. Water flows throughout the park stocked with fish and water fowl. Spectacular water fountains are placed along the walking paths with benches to rest or to stop and watch the shooting fountains spring up. When we have visited there has been music in the park to enjoy. This is truly a place to bring the whole family.

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5000 Nature Trail Rd SE, Huntsville, AL 35803

Since 1975

Lake, Hiking Trails, Picnic Tables, Wooded Paths, Picnic Pavillion, Covered Bridge and Braille Trail & Chapel

Offer walking trail 1.5 miles - Admission Free - 16-Acre Lake

Sunrise - Sunset

I have been coming here for several years just to enjoy the quiet and beauty. Cell phones don't work so the kids actually talk to the parents and the other way around. It was less peaceful this year due to an article describing it as one of the most picturesque spots in the S.E! within a week portrait photographers were as common as bug dust being loud, blocking the trails and bridges showing little respect for the beauty and peace.

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