Troy is extremely proud of its local park system that includes seven separate facilities.
Capel Park, located on Smitherman Street hosts two excellent little league fields: Selby Brown Field and Dozier Field. This park serves as the home base for a thriving Dixie Youth Baseball program and was the host for the 1997 State Championships.
Peabody Community Park in south Troy is the newest park facility and boasts a neighborhood playground and two lighted girls softball fields.
The Lowe Warner Memorial Park, which is also the location of the Senior Center, is our largest facility and offers tennis courts, horseshoe pits, playground equipment, a sand volleyball court and a sheltered picnic area. This park also includes a fitness trail and Troy’s American Legion Baseball Program at Jim Weaver Field.
Blair Park, in downtown Troy, is a shady spot to enjoy a quick lunch and watch the neighborhood kids try out the swings, seesaws, and other playground favorites.
Local softball leagues play their games at the VFW Ball Field on Taft Street.
The Roy Maness Nature Preserve and Greenway is currently under development and already includes a lake for fishing and over 6 miles of walking/hiking trails. Troy continues to add to the trail system.
Troy’s most recent acquisition is the Densons Creek Golf Course located on NC Highway 134 North. The course is improving and is an asset to Troy’s park system.