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The Sandhills of North Carolina offers more than hiking, picnicking and playgrounds. Area parks and playgrounds are full of fun  things to do from swinging to watching nature in action. Each is quite unique and well worth a relaxing visit with your family.

Not sure where to go?  Download our handy Moore County Playground Guide !

Moore County NC Playground Guide

Some updates on the above parks:

RESERVOIR PARK: Also has a 18 hole Disc Golf Course

CAMPBELL HOUSE: A nice playground, Basketball court, T-ball field, Golfing practice area and greenspace. No horseshoes, no shuffleboard, no volleyball.

MEMORIAL PARK: Now includes lighted pickle ball

MOORE COUNTY PARKS AND RECREATION: https://www.moorecountync.gov/parks-and-recreation

DOWNTOWN PARK: New Play Equipment for toddlers, New Swings, New safety fall zones and New sand box (all 2016) Lighted Tennis and Basketball. Sand only in sandbox now. Greenspace, but No Baseball or Softball

POOL PARK: Has new playground equipment (2016), new lighted basketball court (2015), new open area stage will be completed in June, 2016. Lots of greenspace for sports or play. Pool is open in summer and also has a wading pool for little ones.

MARTIN PARK: Off-leash Dog Park with trails and more than 50 acres.

Don’t forget to try these larger parks for some “all day” fun:

Camelot Park in Pinehurst, NC
Camelot Park in Pinehurst, NC