High Point City Lake Park
602 W. Main St.
Jamestown, NC 27282
Playground improvement are coming to High Point City Lake Park!
We are excited to announce that a new playground will replace the current structure. This means that the area where the main playground is located, across from the carousel, will be closed starting Monday, October 9. While we are hard at work, families can still use the playground on the park’s Camp Ann side. You can also check our parks webpage https://www.highpointnc.gov/572/Parks to find some of our other fun playgrounds to enjoy.
Have questions or concerns? Please call 336.883.3503 or 336.883.3469.
High Point City Lake Park was first opened in 1933. The pool, once the largest in the southeast United States, opened in 1935. Throughout the years there have been many changes and improvements made to the park. In 2023 we opened the Meeting & Event Center where once stood the first gymnasium in High Point. A new pedestrian bridge crosses the Arnold J. Koonce, Jr. City Lake, connecting the park to the High Point Greenway, Bicentennial Greenway and Piedmont Environmental Center and the new aquatic center.
November 5, 2023 - February 11, 2024 - 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Click the links below for more information:
Marina (fishing passes, bait, tackle, snacks, fishing licenses)
Meeting & Event Center (available for private events)
Rides & Amusements (train, carousel, mini golf and tour boat rides)
There are 10 picnic shelters for rent with a seating capacity ranging from 40-600 people. Shelter fees vary according to shelter size and amount of time rented. Reservations are strongly recommended to ensure their availability for your group. There are free standing picnic tables and grills located throughout the park that are available on a first come basis.
For a list of our programs, click here or view the calendar below. Please call High Point City Lake Park for more information.
From High Point City Lake Park, you can cross the Arnold J. Koonce, Jr. City Lake and connect to the High Point Greenway and the Bicentennial Greenway. Just a short distance from the bridge is the Piedmont Environmental Center, where you can access multiple natural trails, trail information, learn about wildlife in North Carolina and access restrooms. Restrooms are also located by the trailhead at the Camp Ann parking lot.