Parks and Facilities

Jim Buck Goff Recreation Complex
1020 4th Street, SW
  • Tommy Meredith Gym – indoor basketball court

  • Moose Moss Diving Facility – 10-meter tower and heated dive well

  • Memorial Pool – eight-lane heated competition pool

  • Lynda Baxter Moseley Tennis Complex – eight lighted tennis courts

  • Jim Buck Goff Softball Complex –five lit youth softball fields

  • MCCPRA Administrative Offices

*Dogs not allowed inside complex

Main Street Park
1220 South Main Street
  • Playground

  • Quarter-mile walking trail

  • Benches and picnic tables with shelter

William Bryant Park
735 5th Avenue, NW
  • Shaw Gymnasium – indoor basketball court

  • NW Pool & Kiddie Pool – one lap pool and one interactive feature pool

  • Drew Field 

  • Outdoor basketball courts

  • Playground

  • R.D. Smith Youth Center – meeting rooms with computer lab

  • Ryce Community Center – multipurpose meeting rooms and kitchen

*Dogs not allowed inside complex

Knuck McCrary Complex
602 27th Street, SE
  • Four lit multipurpose fields

  • Play area

  • Sheltered picnic area

*Dogs not allowed inside complex

Magnolia Sports Complex
2010 Magnolia Lane
  • Five lit youth ball fields

  • Two-acre fenced pond

  • Covered play area

*Dogs not allowed inside complex

Tom White Linear Park
10 Lower Meigs Rd

Cyclists, walkers and joggers can enjoy 7.2 miles of meandering trails that extend from Downtown Moultrie to the community airport. As part of the "Rails to Trails" program, the linear park replaced the old railroad tracks and provides a scenic route for bikes and walking enthusiasts of all ages. The United Way Born Learning Trail provides a 200 sq. ft. track with stations for parents and toddlers to improve interaction and education skills. Trail signage is available in English and Spanish.

Wesley Ball Park
125 1st Street, NW
  • Picnic tables with shelter

301 5th Street, SW
W.O.W Park
  • Playground

  • Picnic Area

  • Two outdoor basketball half-courts

Bert Harsh Park
204 5th St SE

The Bert Harsh Park is named for a former Odom Library board chairman. This park contains the first historic grove planted in a USA certified tree city. All the trees and the park furnishings were donated in honor of or in memory of local families and organizations.
It is located south of the library, adjacent to the parking area. Picnic tables are available.

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Bark Park