Picture of Fourth of July Park

Park Hours

Dawn to Dusk

Park Amenities

  • 3 Shelters
    • Shelter #1: 7 picnic tables, 1 large charcoal grill, 1 standard electric outlet
    • Shelter #2: 5 picnic tables, 1 large charcoal grill, 1 standard electric outlet
    • Shelter #3: 7 picnic tables, 1 large charcoal grill, 1 standard electric outlet
  • Skate Park
  • Dog Park
  • Tennis Courts
  • Pickleball Courts
  • Basketball Courts
  • Restrooms
  • Walking Trails (map)
  • All-Inclusive Playground
  • Individual Picnic Areas & Standalone Grills

Park Rules

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Park Reservations

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This 17-acre park is steeped in Kernersville’s history. Originally consisting of 17 different land deeds, the properties were consolidated to be used as a public park. The park is named after the Fourth of July Committee, an equestrian group that historically held events at this location each Independence Day.

Fourth of July Park houses many of the town’s biggest events including the Honeybee Festival, numerous 5K and fun run events, and of course our annual Fourth of July fireworks show. After all, what would Fourth of July be without fireworks?

In early 2018 the Parks & Recreation Department identified a need for an accessible play unit and amenities within the county. After selecting what elements were the most important; we made the play unit wheelchair accessible, offered a new swing option, new surfacing at the play unit, repaved the walkway and added play elements throughout the trail. Once construction was completed a group of UNCG Students partnered with us and planned the Grand Re-Opening of Freedom Playground at Fourth of July Park on April 14th. Come enjoy Forsyth County’s first accessible playground!

 

Vivian F. Bennett Dog Park

Kernersville Skate Park

Historic Piney Grove School House

 

 

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