Forsyth County Parks and Recreation
Bethania Trail: walking trails and picnic area
Tanglewood Park: golf, aquatics, tennis, stables, bmx, gardens, playgrounds, trails, Festival of Lights and MORE!
Kernersville Lake Park: fishing, boating,picnicking, and playground. Read our blog post about Kernersville Lake Park here.
Triad Park: soccer, softball, paved paths for walking, biking and skating, hiking trails, playgrounds, fishing pond, volleyball, rock climbing and more! Read our blog post about Triad Park here.
Joanie Moser Memorial Park: picnic shelters, playground, basketball, tennis and more
C.G. Memorial Park: Gazebo and courtyard with fishing lake (no swimming or boating), landscaping and walking trails for your enjoyment
Old U.S. 421 River Park: volleyball, swings, picnic tables and concrete ramp for river access
Covington Memorial Park: playground, picnic shelters, walking trails with exercise stations, tennis courts, volleyball field
Horizons Park: 492 acres with dog park, disc golf, mountain biking, nature and hiking trails, playground, picnic tables and more!
The Village Park: walking trails, picnic shelters, playgrounds, soccer/football fields, softball field, tennis and basketball courts and more
Town Center Park: located directly behind City Hall, this park has a shelter, picnic gazebo, playground, walking trail and family-sized swing.
Walkertown Community Park: softball and soccer fields, tennis courts, playground, walking path, volleyball, shelter
The City of Winston-Salem maintains 74 parks. Go to their website for full information on their park system, which includes 51 picnic shelters, 47 playgrounds, 43 soccer fields, 47 softball fields, 112 tennis courts, eight pools, six volleyball courts, 25 basketball courts and a football field.
Winston-Salem also has 10 designated bike routes. Go here to download individual routes.
Union Cross Park: (maintained by the county) softball, tennis courts, basketball court, playgrounds and more