Parks & Recreation
Maury County Parks offer a variety of recreational opportunities for residents and visitors of Maury County. The Maury County Parks and Recreation Department oversees 6 different park facilities which have a combined acreage of roughly 1,000 acres. Maury County is also connected to vast areas of state managed recreational property that includes more than 14,000 acres. The Duck River runs through the heart of the County and serves as a beautiful and ecologically diverse asset.
Maury County Parks serve the community with a diverse range of recreational amenities and features such as passive green space, single and multi-use walking and biking trails, rugged hiking trails, playgrounds, sport fields, and open space for unstructured activities. Additionally, numerous events and programs are organized in the parks throughout the year. There’s something for everyone in Maury County Parks!
Maury County Parks and Recreation (MCPR) strives to provide recreational and educational opportunities, services and programs to expand our community involvement, create a higher standard of living and to enrich and enhance the lives of our citizens.
The Maury County Parks and Recreation Department is proud to present its Master Plan. Community input sessions and online surveys were conducted to gather residents’ ideas for continuing our goals of protecting green space and environmental assets and to provide opportunities for healthy and fun activities for all of our residents. This plan provides a vision for enhancing and expanding parks and recreation throughout the county over the next 20 years.