Parks & Recreation Department

Parks & Recreation Vision Statement

Troutman's Parks & Recreation department is a reflection of what our community values - parks, trails, wellness, restoration, natural space, miles of greenways, family programming, and a variety of festivals that promote community pride and spirit. The Town’s greenways offer easily navigable and integrated connections between neighborhoods, community destinations, and town parks. The recreational facilities are welcoming to all, and have been thoughtfully designed to be accessible and offer unique experiences for all ages, abilities, and interests.  While our community continues to grow, Troutman Parks and Recreation is strategic in its efforts to respond to the needs and desires of citizens in order to enhance quality of life in our town while keeping facilities clean, safe, and well maintained for Troutman's current and future residents. 

Parks

Troutman ESC Park
Thanks to a donation by Engineered Sintered Components of 30 acres of land and the support of local businesses, community organizations, and residents, Troutman ESC Park opened to the public with a playground dedication in May 2013. Today, Troutman Youth Athletic Association soccer, flag football, baseball, softball, and t-ball teams practice and play games on the park’s fields. Local travel teams practice and host camps and clinics here, as well. The 1/4 mile paved walking trail is a popular spot for runners and walkers alike.
 
Facility and Field Rental InformationTroutman Parks & Rec CivicRec. Contact bbustle@troutmannc.gov with facility rental questions.
 
Location & Hours: Troutman ESC Park is located at 338 North Ave. Public parking is available within Troutman ESC Park. The park is open from dawn until dusk every day and closes at dark. 
 
Area Parks:
Operated and maintained by First United Methodist Church of Troutman
Located at 204 Mills Ave. Troutman, NC
 
Operated and maintained by NC State Park System
Located at 759 State Park Rd. Troutman, NC