4100 Keeley Rd.
McLeansville, NC 27301
336-373-5888 Shelter Reservations
Sprayground Hours of Operation:
11 am to 6 pm Mondays through Saturdays and 1-6 pm Sundays.
The sprayground will close after August 28 and reopen September 3-5, then close to until 2017 season.
Park Hours of Operation:
Park opens at 8 am daily, weather permitting.
Closed Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
Private Parties at the
|Reservations are no longer available for summer 2016. All available dates are booked.
Park closing times are as follows:
- 5 pm (January, February, November and December)
- 7 pm (March, April, September and October)
- 8 pm (May, June, July and August)
Features and Amenities:
What's Happening at Keeley Park:
The park is now open. Come out and enjoy the new walking trails, piers, bridge over the lake, greenhouse, community garden, and playgrounds. Picnic shelter are available for rental by calling 336-373-5888.
The Sprayground is open May 28 until September 5. Hours of operation are 11 am to 6 pm Mondays through Saturdays and 1-6 pm Sundays. Private rental of the Sprayground can be scheduled by calling 336-373-4547. Admission to the sprayground is free, however as of July 1, 2013 there is a fee of $20 for organized groups and day-cares. Payment can be made at the gate by cash or check. Multiple-visit punch cards allowing five visits are also available. The punch cards will have no expiration date, so they are valid until punches are used.
Keeley Park is now part of the North Carolina Community Fishing Program. As a participant of this program, catchable-sized channel catfish are stocked in the ponds April through September. The Community Fishing Program allows for catching and keeping up to six catfish per day. We have also stocked our ponds with bass, bream and bluegill, but ask that you allow these fish time to grow so a catch and release program with these fish can be put into place soon.
Keeley Community Garden plots are still available and can be reserved by calling 336-373-4549. Plots are $25 each and are designed to give residents places to enjoy the pleasures of growing produce for themselves and sharing with others. The operation of the community gardens will be a combined effort involving the North Carolina Cooperative Extension, Master Gardeners, and Parks and Recreation staff members. This Community Gardens Brochure answers most questions about the project. For information on proper gardening techniques, view the Home Vegetable Gardening Handbook provided by North Carolina State University and the North Carolina Cooperative Extension. The community garden is a great place to grow healthy snacks for you and your family.