Rotary Park is a 111.3-acre nature park located on Rotary Drive, near the Sango community. It is easily accessible one block southeast of Highway 76/Highway 41 intersection. Boasting over five miles of hiking/biking trails, the Wade Bourne Nature Center, a nature adventure trail, and a large ADA-accessible playground. Rotary Park is located at 2308 Rotary Park Drive, and offers the following features:
|ADA accessible Trail||6 miles of hiking/biking trails ||3 pavilions|| |
|Picnic Tables & grills|| 18 hole Disk Golf course||2 restroom buildings|| |
|2 Playground Areas||Outdoor Exercise Area||ADA accessible Amphitheater|| |
|25 acres of open space||1 horseshoe pit area|| Wade Bourne Nature Center|| |
Rotary Park Tail map
Map and Directions to Rotary Park
|Pavilion Rental Costs|| || |
|Large pavilion||(12 picnic tables):||$100 per day|
|Creek-side pavilion||(4 picnic tables):||$50 per day|
|Small pavilion||(3 picnic tables):||$50 per day|
To reserve a Rotary Park Pavilion for your event:
- You should fill out the web form here.
- You will need to pay the associated rental fee to confirm your reservation.
For more information regarding Rotary Park please visit Friends of Rotary Park.
Rotary Park Scavengers hunts were created by Deanna Heistand and Anna Shackleford of Girl Scout Troop 2378. Follow the links below to view each of the scavenger hunt items and locations.
In an effort to promote environmental stewardship, trash receptacles are no longer located throughout the park and park users must take out whatever is brought in with them. Families are still welcome and encouraged to picnic in the park, but they must be responsible for taking their trash with them when they leave. This keeps the park clean and the surroundings visual appealing for other visitors. This program has been a great success and has been adopted by other communities across the country.