This is the park where you can just about do it all. If you like to dribble a ball with either your hands or your feet, catch long bombs or fly balls, score on a 10-foot-high goal or into a 20-foot-wide net, you can do it at Stewart Park.
Originally opened in the 1970s, Edward C. Stewart Sr. Park reopened in 2012 following a $1.7 million renovation, one of the largest parks investments in the City's history. Stewart Park includes a multi-purpose athletic field, sprayground, playground equipment, two outdoor basketball courts, a walking trail, picnic shelter, and ample parking.
Stewart Park is the frequent host for 3-on-3 basketball tournaments, pickup hoops, friendly community softball games, and youth football and other sports. It's also a beautiful setting and the perfect spot for family reunions and church picnics. Indeed, Stewart Park has set a new standard for neighborhood parks in the City.