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Parks In Liberty



Stocksdale Park

This 112-acre park is open daily from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. and has a wide range of amenities. It features 2 picnic shelters, a playground, 12 horseshoe courts, a volleyball court, 2 soccer and softball fields, an 18-hole disc golf course, a 3-acre dog park, and multiple trails!


City Park

City Park is Liberty's first park established in 1949. It's located in the heart of Liberty and it's playground and sprayground are the most popular attractions at this park for kids. The park also features 2 picnic shelters, 2 horseshoe pits, a soccer, softball, and baseball field, and a restroom.

Westboro/Canterbury Park

This 42-acre park has one of Liberty's most utilized asphalt trails being 2 miles long and in an excellent location. You can access this trail from multiple locations - Wither Road, Park Lane, and Canterbury Lane. There is also a picnic shelter, 2 playgrounds, and a softball and soccer field.

Place Liberte Park

Place Liberte Park is a small neighborhood park that is great for all of the neighborhood kids and families! There is a playground, basketball court, and soccer field!

Arthur's Hill Park

Arthur Hill's is a very popular park in Liberty! It's a 2-acre neighborhood park that features a picnic table, swings and slides, a climbing play structure, soccer goals, and a large sandbox.

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