Barbara Calhoun Park

Creekwood Park

Rotary Centennial Park

Rozar Park

Perry is solidifying its reputation as a “quality of life” community. Our City leaders are constantly looking for opportunities to provide our citizens with access to experience recreation and leisure activities wherever possible. Recognized as a “plan first City” our City Council has ensured this practice with incorporating neighborhood “pocket parks” wherever feasible in community development. These neighborhood parks average a half acre in size offering visitors the use of playground equipment and picnic areas. Perry’s older neighborhood parks will be receiving revitalization upgrades with new equipment and playground surfaces planned to begin in 2019..

Our current list of neighborhood parks and locations are:

A.D. Redmond Park located at 1534 James Street 
Johnny Noble Dixon Park located at 612 Plum Street
Oldfield Park located at 1300 State Avenue 
Willie Teonate Williams Park located at 909 Jeanne Street
Woodland Park located at 618 Woodland Drive
Wooden Eagle Park 1 located at 04 Wooden Eagle Trail
Wooden Eagle Park 2 located at 301 Amherst Street