Neighborhood Parks

southside parkSouthside Park

Located West of US #Hwy. 321 Business, behind National Guard Armory

A 27 acre passive park, with a mile walking/jogging trail, open air amphitheater, numerous picnic tables, play area, two picnic shelters, two sand volleyball courts, two horseshoe pits, informal ball field, and a large open play area for soccer, kite flying, badminton, frisbee, etc.

CLICK HERE for directions to Southside Park

 Northside ParkNorthside/Broyhill Park

East 22nd Street and College Avenue

This park area is approximately 12 acres and includes a lighted adult softball field, youth baseball and soccer fields, four lighted tennis courts, one outdoor basketball court, play area with picnic shelter and a 1/2 mile walking/jogging trail.
CLICK HERE for directions to Northside/Broyhill Park

Westside / Jaycee Parkwestside   jaycee park

US #Hwy. 321 Business and West "J" Street

The park area is 9 acres and includes one lighted combination softball, baseball, football, soccer field. Four lighted tennis courts, one lighted basketball court, 1/2 mile walking trail, and a play area with a picnic shelter.
 CLICK HERE for directions to Westside/Jaycee Park

east newton parkEast Newton Park

East "E" Street and South Ervin Avenue

This 6 acre site has a recreational athletic field for baseball, softball, and soccer, lighted outdoor basketball court, a large picnic shelter with a play area.

CLICK HERE for directions to East Newton Park.


Jacob Fork Parkjacob fork park

3730 NC Hwy. 10 West of Newton.

This park area is 100 acres and includes a canoe launch. It consists of two softball fields, bleachers, dugouts, a concession building, restrooms, and paved parking lots.

Future plans for Jacob Fork Park include lighting the two softball fields, as well as development of two soccer fields, a picnic shelter with restrooms, a playground area.

CLICK HERE for directions to Jacob Fork Park

Little Brooke ParkLittle Brook Park

US #Hwy. 321 Business and South Main Avenue

1/2 acre passive park which offers picnic tables and park benches bordered by a stream

Yount Parkyountpark

Located downtown on South College and East A. Street


Shelter Rental Information
If an individual or organization wishes to reserve a shelter, call or come by the Newton Parks and Recreation Department at 23 South Brady Avenue or call (828) 695-4317.

Shelter Cost:
Small Shelter:
(Southside, Westside/Jaycee/Northside/Broyhill and East Newton Park)
Resident fees: $  5.00 per hour,
Non-Resident fees: $10.00 per hour

Large Shelter: (Southside Park)
Resident fees: $10.00 per hour
Non-Resident fees: $15.00 per hour

Amphitheater Cost:
(Southside Park)
Resident fees: $50.00 per day,
Non-Resident fees: $75.00 per day.

Park Hours:
Southside, Westside/Jaycee, Northside/Broyhill and East Newton Park 6:00 a.m. until Dark