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Creekside Park is a 95-acre municipal park which contains the Archdale Parks and Recreation Center, Archdale Senior Center, three lighted ball fields, four lighted tennis courts, three T-ball fields, picnic shelters, two playgrounds, shuffleboard courts and horseshoe pits. The park also provides over two miles of walking trails through serene woodlands. A new 18-hole disc golf course winds through the park and along Muddy Creek.

The Archdale Recreation Center is the central location for all programs provided by Archdale Parks and Recreation Department. It offers a variety of programs for all area residents. On-going programs include children’s self defense, after school program, summer day camp, youth baseball leagues in fall and spring, girls volleyball leagues, youth basketball leagues, and cheerleading. Adult programs include yoga/palates, zumba, shag/line dance, women’s softball league and co-ed volleyball league as well as hosting Weight Watchers Meetings. Senior adults enjoy exercise classes, yoga/palates, zumba gold, knitting/crocheting, day trips and senior line dance classes.

Several “Special Events” are held annually at Creekside Park. These include a July Fourth Festival, Halloween Carnival, Easter Egg Hunt, and GoFar 5K Run/Walk. As well as Creekside Christmas, held every December in the park. Lovers, young and old, can snuggle on a hay ride through the park which is lit by luminaries. Youngsters can enjoy a marshmallow roast under the stars while their parents browse the homemade crafts on display. And of course, there’s always a visit from Jolly Ol’ St. Nick himself. The event is planned annually by Archdale’s Parks and Recreation Department.

The Christmas spirit also abounds during the annual Archdale Christmas Parade. Lining the streets with show cars and parade floats and a visit from Santa has been a tradition of Archdale for more than 20 years. The parade, sponsored by Community Outreach of Archdale-Trinity, awakens the Christmas spirit of the community early in December as participants wind through the center of town 'neath the glimmering Christmas decorations.

Christmas could not be complete without helping those in need. The SerCo Club's Archdale-Trinity Cheer Fund collects donations for needy families. In years past, this holiday tradition has collected money, food, fuel and oil for those less fortunate. The Sealy/Fox8 Holiday Concert, a festive annual event, collects cans of food for The Salvation Army and Creekside Christmas hosts a canned food drive for Community Outreach of Archdale-Trinity

The Friends of Trinity developed a one half acre site, in the heart of Trinity, into a community park. This park features a gazebo with a kiosk in the middle displaying historic photographs of the area. It also features several park benches, an artifact from the old high school and beautiful landscaping. Recently the group expanded the park with a picnic shelter and grill for the communities use for family gatherings.

The Carl and Linda Grubb Family YMCA opened its doors in June 2010 and adds another option for community recreation. The YMCA currently has leagues for the community in youth and adult soccer, youth and adult softball, youth and adult basketball, swim lessons, indoor soccer and flag football. A summer camp and afterschool program is also offered for school-aged children.

Colonial Country Club boasts an 18-hole, par-71 golf course (designed by Gene Hamm), and offers other country club amenities. The location of Archdale-Trinity is a golfer’s dream, with various courses located nearby in surrounding cities, including Holly Ridge Golf Links, complete with newly renovated club house and restaurant.

Archdale-Trinity Chamber of Commerce
213 Balfour Drive Archdale, NC 27263
336-434-2073 Fax: 336-431-5845
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