Community Centers

The Asheville Parks and Recreation Department oversees the programming, maintenance, safety, and usage of ten community centers throughout the city of Asheville. Below, you can find locations and contact information for each center.


 

Burton Street Recreation CenterBurton Street Center, 134 Burton Street

828-254-1942

 

 

 

Dr. Wesley Grant Southside Recreation CenterDr. Wesley Grant Sr. Southside Center, 285 Livingston Street

828-259-5483

 

 

 

Harvest House Recreation CenterHarvest House Recreation Center, 205 Kenilworth Road

828-350-2051

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Linwood Crump Shiloh recreation centerLinwood Crump Shiloh Center, 121 Shiloh Road

828-274-7739

 

 

 

 

Murphy-Oakley Recreation Center, 749 Fairview Road

 

North Asheville Community Center, 37 East Larchmont Road

 

Senior Opportunity CenterSenior Opportunity Center, 36 Grove Street

828-350-2062

 

 

 

Stephens-Lee Recreation CenterStephens-Lee Recreation Center, 30 George Washington Carver Avenue

828-350-2058

 

 

 

Tempie Avery Montford Center entrance after constructionTempie Avery Montford Center, 34 Pearson Drive

828-253-3714

 

 

 

West Asheville recreation center.West Asheville Community Center, 970 Haywood Road

828-232-4529

 

 

 

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Community Centers News

Splasheville is open!

Asheville Parks & Recreation is excited to announce that Splasheville, Asheville’s interactive splashpad located in Pack Square Park, has reopened to the public! Splasheville has been undergoing a complete rebuild since spring.  In addition to replacing the fountain’s infrastructure, including new plumbing, wiring, grating, and tiles, the system has been upgraded with new spray patterns and [...]

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Asheville Parks & Recreation announces ribbon cutting for Jake Rusher Park

    Asheville Parks & Recreation is pleased to welcome the community to the newly renovated Jake Rusher Park!   A ribbon cutting ceremony will be held at 10 a.m. July 24 followed by fun, games and activities in the park until noon.    Extensive community input informed the improvements to the park. The upgrades include new parking, [...]