Forsyth County Parks and Recreation takes a hands-off approach with recreation programming
by providing facilities, amenities, and park space for a number of various activities
mostly organized and run by dedicated members of our community. If you have a program
or event in mind that you would like see take place at one of our parks, please
use the Contact Us form on the right-hand side of the page and let us know details.
Many of our parks have a variety of recreation facilities including volleyball courts,
tennis courts, softball fields, soccer fields, horseshoe pits, trails, and even
pedal boats. To see what each park offers, simply select a park from the Parks dropdown
menu above and find out more!
Forsyth County Parks and Recreation provides nature activities throughout the year
held by our talented Nature Education team. For more details and information, please
check out their webpage.
If you are looking for a more natural or off-road experience, then come to any of
our parks and enjoy the wide array of trails! Trail maps can be found on each park's
specific page, and if you have any questions just use the Contact Us from on the
right-hand side of the page and we can provide details for you.
Joanie Moser Memorial Park
Senior men's softball teams begin in April and run through October. These teams
are not organized nor run by the County. For team representative contact information,
please use the Contact Us from on the right-hand side of the page and we can provide
details for you.
Kernersville Lake Park
Kernersville Lake Park offers laidback recreation in the form of fishing boats and
pedal boats for rent.
Horizons Park has an exceptional 18-hole disc golf course offered to the public at no charge along
with mountain bike trails that wind through the woods.
Tanglewood Park, the largest park in our county system, offers plenty of recreation
facilities for you and your family! From an Aquatic Center and pedal boats to mountain
bike trails and guided horseback riding, Tanglewood can provide you with the perfect
Triad Park is home to the county's second Disc Golf course as well as a new amphitheater.
Bird walks are also offered at Triad where participants will gain knowledge about
the different birds that are in our area. If you are interested in a recreation
program for your company, organization, or group then the Challenge Course at Triad
Park might be the perfect venue for you. Check out their webpage for contact information.
Union Cross Park
There are several different leagues that play at Union Cross during the spring and
fall seasons. These leagues are not organized nor run by the County. For league
representative contact information, please use the Contact Us from on the right-hand
side of the page and we can provide details for you.
Walkertown Community Park
The Walkertown Girls Softball League begins to form in February/March for the spring
and in July/August for the fall. This league is not organized nor run by the County.
For WGSA contact information, please use the Contact Us from on the right-hand side
of the page and we can provide details for you.
For more information on our parks, programs, and facilities, please use the Contact
Us form on the right-hand side of the page.