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Ephram White Park - Warren County, KY

Ephram White Park

Brand New Gym Features

  • 2 high school basketball courts
  • 4 middle school basketball courts
  • 4 volleyball courts
  • 2 batting cages
  • 3x 800 sq ft meeting rooms
  • Concession Stand

New Gym Hours of Operation

  • M-F 8am-9PM
  • Sat 8am-8pm
  • Sun 1pm-8pm


(excluding Special Events & Tournaments)

Rent Meeting rooms, Batting Cages or Courts

*Card payments only accepted:
M-F 8AM-8PM; Sat. 10AM-6PM; Sun. 1-6PM

Phil Moore Park - 270-843-6665
Old Alvaton Gym - 270-843-6665
Senior Center - 270-392-3534
Ephram White Gym - 270-282-8610
Michael Buchanon Gym - 270-282-8653

Rent All Shelters & Ball Fields

Online rental available for shelters
Check & *Card payments accepted:
M-Th 8AM-4PM; Friday 8AM-12PM
(Ball fields require 24-hour notice)
Main Office - 270.842.5302

(*processing fee added to all card payments)
(Current KY Sales tax will be applied to all fees)

Click for: Special Event & Tournament Application
(follow instructions on application)

Other Features & Amenities

  • Disc Golf
  • Football Field
  • Soccer Field
  • 2x Little League Fields
  • Meeting Room - W.C. Senior Center (link)
  • 2x Multipurpose Fields
  • Picnic Shelter w/Grill - Regular
  • Playground Area
  • Restroom Facilities
  • Tree Farm
  • 2x Storm Shelter
  • Walking Trail


Ephram White Park

885 Mount Olivet Road
Bowling Green, KY 42101
143 Acres

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Ephram White Park

In 2017 a new 56,000 square foot gymnasium facility was added to Ephram White Park and includes four middle school courts, two high school courts, four indoor volleyball courts, two indoor batting cages and three meeting room facilities available for public use. Applicable fees and charges may apply.

Ephram White Park is one of Warren County Parks’ newest parks. It was named after the late Ephram White, who served many years as a magistrate of the Richardsville/Anna District of Warren County. The park is located on Highway 526.

The brick home on the property of the park was built over 100 years ago by James Henry Rose, one-time Judge of Warren County, on land that once belonged to the Gossom family. The property remained in the Daughtery family until 1949, when Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Goodman, Sr., purchased it. Warren County Fiscal Court purchased the property in 1997.

Ephram White Park offers a four-field lighted complex with restroom/concession facilities. It also has one picnic shelter and playground area, a five-mile walking trail, a cross-country trail utilized by Warren East High School, and an 18-hole disc golf course that is the host of several annual tournaments.