Parks are open from sunrise to sunset unless otherwise indicated. Restrooms and drinking fountains are operated seasonally, April through October.
For the safety of park guests, motorized vehicles are restricted to parking lots. Glass containers, hunting, and discharging of firearms are prohibited as well.
For the comfort of all park users, pets must be on a leash and under the control of their owner at all times. Receptacles are provided throughout the park system for pet waste.
At 13.5 acres in size, this park is home to the Brentwood Days festival each September and contains a beautifully maintained baseball field, two softball fields, youth soccer field, playground, restrooms, and a pavilion.
This park is a quaint .3 acres nestled comfortably into a quiet residential neighborhood in the heart of Brentwood. It has a playground and a pavilion surrounded by an asphalt trail, as well as a few park benches.
This 4.4 acre park offers an asphalt trail which links to Oak Tree Park on the east end, Broughton Park to the south and Memorial park at the west end. It also has one pavilion located near the restrooms and volleyball courts.
This passive neighborhood pocket park features a nice grassy area tucked within the residential community perfect for a variety of outdoor activities.
This 15.5 acre park is nestled in a well-wooded area. There are two pavilions, a toddler and a youth playground, in-line skating rink and restrooms along with wooded hiking and paved biking trails.
Norm West Park
This two acre park is located at East Pendleton and Mary and is comprised of a large soccer field and restrooms.
Oak Tree Park
This lovely eight acre park provides a balance of urban forest and open space nestled within the residential community. The grassy hill slopes down to an open field adjacent to a pavilion with a barbecue grill and playground.
This .4 acre linear park contains a playground and asphalt trail that extends from Manchester Road to Broughton Park. Located at the intersection of Dorothy and Manchester Road.