Goodlettsville Parks and Recreation manages five 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 Brooks Park is a neighborhood park located at the end of Mason Lane and has a small playground and lots of green space.
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