Neighborhood parks are small tracts of land set aside to help local residents have places to relax, exercise, and play.
These parcels of land establish buffers for neighborhood development, provide areas of refuse for wildlife, and provide leisure time opportunities for nearby landowners.
Most of the neighborhood parks have between one and 15 acres of area for residents to enjoy. Amenities may include playground equipment, multipurpose concrete slabs, picnic shelters and open play areas.
Public restrooms are located at Lake Daniel Park, Latham Park and Lindley Park.
For information on each of the neighborhood parks within the Greensboro Parks and Recreation Department, select the individual park link on the left side of this page.
To find a park close to your home, use the map above or this list of parks organized by zip code.