Troy Parks and Recreation is a proud member of the Alabama Recreation and Parks Association.

Did you know that TPRD also offers the following?

Zumba
Silver Sneakers
Water Aerobics
Swim Team


BIRTHYDAY
PARTIES!!!


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Facilities

Central Office

Phone: (334) 566-4031 Fax: (334) 670-6047 Email: troyrecreation@troycable.net

Director: Dan Smith

Assistant Director / Youth Sports Coordinator: David Dickey

Adult Activities Coordinator: Bart Pettus

Administrative Assistant/Programs Coordinator: Cheryl Pennington

Facilities Coordinator: Brian Meadows

Maintenance Crew: Vernon Bryant, Jacob Campbell, Carlos Carlisle, Darris Carlisle, Ernest Downing, Donald Kelly, Joe Scott, Lewis Stringer, Judy Tillery.

Our office is located at 601 Enzor Road inside the Community Recreation Center.
Our Administrative office is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Our department has grown steadily in recent years and we look forward to continued growth in the future. If you have questions or comments please contact our office at (334) 566-4031 or 670-6050, or you can E- mail us at troyrecreation@troycable.net

Troy Recreation Center
We are very proud of our recreation center, and we hope you will take time to visit and use the facility. Click on this link for more information about our facility.

Troy Sportsplex
The Troy Sportsplex opened in the Spring of 1991 and continues to grow in size and popularity. The Sportsplex is located on the Enzor Road, off Highway 167 in Troy. Original construction of the 65 acres of Phase I included four softball fields with a centralized pressbox. Youth and adult softball leagues play regular season and tournament games at the Sportsplex, while baseball tournaments have also been played on the 285-foot fields. In 1995, the Sportsplex was the host of the Dixie Boys World Series. The prestigious tournament returned again in 1998. All fields are available for practices, but must be reserved in advance by calling our main office. In addition to the ballparks, the open space of the Sportsplex is very popular for a variety of outdoor recreation.

Phase II of the Sportsplex opened in 1996, with four new fields and another state-of the-art pressbox. Two fields measure 200 feet in distance while the other two are 285 feet. Eight fully-automated batting cages also opened in 1996, offering a variety of baseball pitching speeds, as well as slow pitch and fastpitch softball.

Land for Phase III was later purchased adjacent to the Sportsplex, totaling approximately 70 acres. A 1.1 paved walking trail opened in the summer of 2010, with plans to expand the length of the trail.

Troy Miracle League Field and Playground
The Troy Miracle League Field was a joint fund-raising project by the City of Troy, The Troy Lion's Club and many community and individual contributors. The rubberized safety-surface field opened in the summer of 2011, and is a field designed for children and adults with special needs to play baseball. The season runs during the months of April and May.

The Miracle League Playground opened in September of 2013, and is located in the front of the Recreation Center, 601 Enzor Road. It is a universal playground for not only children of special needs, but all children of all abilities.

Soccer Fields
The Sportsplex soccer fields will allow play for three full-size soccer fields or any combination of small and large fields. Lights for the soccer fields were installed in 2002, and the soccer fields are used year round for games, practices, and also host the annual American Cancer Society "Relay For Life."

Troy Batting Range
The Troy Batting Range opened in the Summer of 1996 with a first-class, state-of the-art facility. Eight fully-automated, token-fed cages are within walking distance of the eight fields of the Sportsplex. Currently, the cages are set for four baseball and four softball, with baseball machines set at different speeds. Currently, a batter receives 20 pitches for a $1 token. The cages are also available for 30-minute hitting sessions, and can be reserved for teams or birthday parties. The cages are open every month of the year except December and January. For other months, call our main office for hours of operation.

Franklin Fields
Located on Franklin Drive, Franklin Park consists of three baseball fields. Two fields are Dixie Youth, 200-foot fences, while the other field is 290 feet in length and plays host to all Dixie Boys league games.
Three batting cages are also located at the parks. A playground is located between the two upper fields and is available year-round to the public. Franklin Park fields are available for Troy Parks and Recreation youth team practices only, and must be reserved in advance by calling our main office at 566-4031.

Jimmy C. Lunsford Tennis Complex
Having opened in the spring of 2001, the Trojan Oaks Tennis Complex is a first-class facility providing 12 new courts. The facility is owned equally between the City of Troy, Troy University and the Troy City School system. Local tennis leagues and tournaments are available, with participation among men, women, seniors and youngsters. The tennis courts are open daily beginning at 10 a.m. M-F and 8 a.m. Saturday and Sunday. The courts close at 10 p.m. each night. The courts also play host to the TSU Tennis team and the Charles Henderson High Tennis team.

Academy Street Gym
The Academy Street gymnasium was renovated in 1993, with a new synthetic floor installed, new goals, new roof and a new heating system. Academy gym is the site of adult and youth basketball leagues. Teams wishing to practice must reserve in advance by calling 566-4031.

Academy Softball Field
Academy Softball Field is located off Academy Street and is available for team softball practices and pickup games, but must be reserved in advance by calling our main office at 566-4031.

Washington Park/Pool
The Washington Street Park and Pool consists of a covered pavilion, an outdoor playground, an outdoor basketball court, and an outdoor swimming pool, open to the public.

Murphree Park/Pavilion
Located off Murphree Street, historic Murphree Park is a public park with a very large playground, picnic tables, a walking trail and a spacious covered pavilion. The walking trail is 1,888 feet in length, or roughly 1/3 of a mile. The pavilion is available for reserving by calling our main office.

Troy Sportsplex Walking Trail
The Troy Sportsplex Walking Trail opened in August of 2010, is 1.1 mile long, and offers a beautiful walk through the outdoors and wooded areas surrounding the Sportsplex. The trail is paved and free of charge. Parking is located at the top of the Recreation Center parking lot.