Gallatin's Top Rated Parks

Scenic lake views, bike trails and sporting complexes. Gallatin’s 5 parks offer that and more.

Parks and Recreation

Planning a family reunion, birthday party or special event?Reserve our picnic or special event pavilions.

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Click here for pavilion reservation form and reservation contact information.

Hosting a softball tournament or scheduling a practice? Rent or reserve one of our complexes or fields.

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To reserve a complex for tournaments, contact Page Jackson at 615.451.5911 or by email at

To reserve a field for practices, contact the front desk at 615.451.5911 or by email at

Lock 4 Park (161 acres)

A lakeside haven that boasts scenic mountain biking trails. Perfect for picnics, fishing and boating.

  • Access 1: Boat Ramp, Playground & Swings,Picnic Pavilion, Handicap Accessible Fishing Pier, Fishing Areas
  • Access 2: Boat Ramp, Picnic Tables, Fishing Areas
  • Access 3 (The Point): Picnic Areas, Picnic Pavilion, Handicap Accessible Fishing Pier (20’x70’), Model Airplane Landing Strip, Mountain Bike Trail, Fishing Areas


Triple Creek Park (185 acres)

Gallatin’s largest park complete with tournament-worthy sports complexes, dog parks, walking trails, playgrounds and more.


  • 185 acres
  • Football Fields (2), Youth Softball Fields (4*), Adult Softball Fields (4), Baseball/Softball/All Purpose Fields (4*) and Soccer Fields (12).
  • Playground, Disc Golf 18-hole Course, Walking trail (10’-wide concrete), Dog Park, Covered Pavilion and Picnic Pavilion (2)

* Indicates Lighted Faculty

Municipal Park (60 acres)

Municipal has two exclusive features that can’t be found at Gallatin’s other parks— tennis courts and a pool complete with a waterslide.

  • Little League Baseball Fields (2*), Little League Practice Field, Baseball Fields (2*), Softball Fields (2*), Multi-Purpose Field (1*), Tennis Courts (6*), Sand Volleyball Courts (2*)
  • Swimming Pool and 165’ Waterslide (Open from Memorial Day-First week of August. $5 entry fee.) (1*)
  • Horseshoe Pits (8*), Playground, Picnic Area with Grills (3), Restrooms, Concession Stands, Picnic Pavilions (3)

* Indicates Lighted Faculty

Clearview Park (6 acres)

A neighborhood park with its own recreation center.

  • Softball Field (1*), Basketball Court (1*), Picnic Pavilions (2*), Small Community Recreation Center, Horseshoe Pits (2), Playground, Walking Track (.3 miles).

* Indicates Lighted Faculty

Thompson Park (13 acres)

Gallatin’s first community park—established in 1947. Recently updated with a skate park and walking track.

  • Baseball Field (1*), Little League Baseball Field (1*), Basketball Courts (2), Sand Volleyball Court (1*), Skate Park (1*), Picnic Area (2), Picnic Pavilion (2), Playground, Restrooms, Concessions.

* Indicates Lighted Faculty