A Guide to HP Parks: National Parks & Rec Month

Did you know that July is National Parks & Rec Month? In High Point, with all our great parks, programs, camps, and activities, we feel like every month is Parks & Rec month! But this week, we are highlighting several of the places and programs you can enjoy as a citizen of our great city. From pickleball to paddle boarding, from camps to kayaking, from trailblazing to tennis courts – High Point Parks & Rec has something for everyone this summer.  

What do you want to do this summer at High Point’s Parks & Rec facilities? Look through our list below and find an activity to add to your summer schedule.


Grab a bike, grab some friends, and head down to the High Point Greenway or Piedmont Environmental Center to take a spin on your wheels this summer. 

The bridge at the High Point Greenway.


Did you know the Oak Hollow Marina has a boat launch dock, for sailboats, speed boats, and more?

The Oak Hollow Lake Marina has a dock and boat launch in High Point, NC.


Bird feeders, tie-dye, shadow box art, and more! Enjoy craft nights at the Oakview Rec Center.  

Dog Training 

Get your furry friend on the right track this summer. Dog training courses are available through the Parks Department every Tuesday night in July and September.  

A man stands with his dog at the Piedmont Environmental Center in High Point, NC.


Enjoy bank fishing at Oak Hollow Marina, or launch a boat to enjoy the Oak Hollow Fishing Trail. 


Our beautiful Oak Hollow course, designed by renowned Pinehurst designer, Pete Dye, is a High Point gem! And Blair Park brings its own scenic beauty to our community. Grab a putter and hit the green the green to get a hole-in-one. 

A golf club bag sits at Oak Hollow Golf Course. 


Parks & Rec in HP has kayaking opportunities for all! You can rent a kayak for your own paddle sesh, or you can enjoy intro to kayaking or sunset paddling. 

Paddle Boarding 

Parks & Rec offers everything from paddle boarding fundamentals to glow-in-the-dark paddle boarding, to yoga paddle boarding, so get your paddle on this summer.  

Paddle boards sitting at Oak Hollow Lake Marina in High Point, NC.


Join the sport that’s taken our city by storm: pickleball! Available at Armstrong Park, as well as at Morehead Rec Center and Oakview Rec Center. Grab a racquet and get pickling!  

A photo of a sign reading Armstrong Park in High Point, NC


Ready to perfect your tennis grunt? Pick up a racquet and give your backstroke a try at Oak Hollow Tennis Center. Reserve your indoor or outdoor court now, by calling 336-883-3493.  

Tennis director prepares to serve a ball at the Oak Hollow Tennis Center in High Point, NC.


Slather on the sunscreen and cool off at one of High Point’s community pools, High Point City Lake Pool and Waterslide or Washington Terrace Pool and Waterslide. 

The sign for the map stands at High Point City Lake Park.

Plus, explore all the great Parks & Rec spots in High Point to soak up some sunshine this summer. Each facility offers a wealth of spots for activities, camps and programs 

Armstrong Park – 305 E Parkway Ave. 
City Lake Park – 602 W Main St. 
High Point Greenway 
Hedgecock Dog Park – 300 W. Parris Ave. 
Oak Hollow Festival Park – 1841 Eastchester Dr. 
Oak Hollow Golf Course – 3400 N Centennial St. 
Oak Hollow Marina – 3431 N Centennial St. 
Oak Hollow Tennis Center –  3401 N. Centennial St. 
Piedmont Environmental Center – 1220 Penny Rd. 
Recreation Centers  
Washington Terrace Park and Community Center – 101 Gordon St. 

Still don’t see what you’re looking for? Explore High Point Parks & Rec online or call to learn more! (336-883-3469) 

Discover our High Points,  

The HPD Team