contentsOzark AL Chamberads

Parks and Recreation

Parks and Recreation

The Ozark Leisure Services Department is the base for a year-round recreation and leisure program for the city of Ozark and the surrounding community. The department offers youth sports programming in baseball, softball, basketball and soccer. Ozark has over 70 youth teams in an average year. The department also offers youth camps for baseball, softball, soccer, basketball, cheerleading, baton and team dance, as well as adult softball and flag football leagues.

The city has 12 baseball/softball fields, two soccer fields, one youth football field, four outdoor basketball courts, 10 tennis courts and a gymnasium.


The department also operates many facilities throughout the city. The Ozark Civic Center, a more than 4,000-seat arena, and the Flowers Center for the Performing Arts, a 500-seat auditorium, are popular venues for concerts, circuses, conventions and more. Two community centers, Autrey and Perry, are available for rental for parties and gatherings. The department also maintains the Ozark/Dale County Senior Center and Ed Lisenby Lake.

Fuqua Park—Located on Faust, the park features lighted football, soccer and baseball fields. Mamie Thompkins Field—This facility is used as a daylight practice field.


North Park—Offers a Dixie Youth baseball field for 9- and 10-year-olds.

Oben J.F. Everett Park—Located on the corner of Andrews and College, the park features two outdoor basketball courts, a picnic pavilion and a playground.

Police Memorial Park—Located behind East Gate School, the park features a soccer complex, a four-field softball complex and a gym.

Steagall Park—Located at the corner of Faust and Peacock, the park features four lighted athletic fields.

previous topic
next topic
Town Square Publications












Quality Inn & Suites