Parks & Facilities

Goodlettsville Parks and Recreation manages six parks.  Moss-Wright Park is the largest and is the home to youth baseball, softball, football, cheerleading, and soccer, along with a popular walking trail, shelters, playground, dog park and uniquely, a historic site - Mansker's Station.  Peay Park is the city's oldest park and is where you will find the Community Center, tennis courts, and a playground.  Pleasant Green Park hosts the city's outdoor swimming pool and a walking trail, shelters, and a playground.  North Creek is an undeveloped park located on Jackson Road, and the two neighborhood parks are Brooks Park,located at the end of Mason Lane, and Gateway Park on Janette Avenue. Both neighborhood parks have a small playground and Brooks Park has lots of green space. 

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