Parks & Trails


Williamston’s Mineral Spring Park is possibly the third oldest public park in the country. The town also has two smaller parks. Mineral Spring Park is located in the center of downtown and adjacent to other recreational areas that include baseball and soccer fields, Mineral Spring Trail and a Veterans Park.

The town is also working to become a bicycle and pedestrian friendly community and last year complete the first section of Mineral Spring Trail which extends from the Veterans Park along Big Creek, under Hwy. 20 beside the Williamston Fire Department. The town is currently in the process of applying for a grant to extend the trail.

Williamston’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan envisions a connected network of on- and off-street bikeways, walkways, and trails that provide safe and family-friendly access between neighborhoods and community destinations for all ages and abilities.

Parks and Recreational Facilities

Mineral Spring Park
Hwy. 20 West Main Street
Downtown Williamston

Facilities include children’s playground, toddlers playground, basketball courts, tennis courts, picnic tables, shelters, restrooms
Hwy. 20 West Main Street
Downtown Williamston


Mineral Spring Trail
Located in Mineral Spring Park. This trail extends from the Veterans Park to the town’s old water treatment plant.

Veterans Park
Located behind Mineral Spring Park with access from Mineral Spring Trail or Gossett Drive

Facilities include walking track

Brookdale Park
Crescent Drive off Brown and Bigby Streets

Facilities include: Playground, basketball courts, baseball field, shelter, restrooms

Gray Drive Park & Walking Track
Gray Drive off Academy Street

Facilities include walking track, shelter with picnic table