Phil Moore Park

174 Acres

Park Features & Amenities

  • 1x Little League Field
  • 1x Multipurpose Field (can be configured for 50’x70’ setup)
  • 2x Batting Cages
  • Restroom Facilities & Concessions at Complex
  • Picnic Shelter with Grill
  • Playground
  • 1x Football/Soccer Field
  • Disc Golf Course
  • Walking Trail
  • Drakes Creek Access (Adaptive Water Sports accessibility)
  • Storm Shelter
  • Dog Park
  • Soapbox Track

Gym Features & Amenities

  • 2x Middle School Courts or 1x High School Basketball Court
  • 2x Volleyball Courts
  • Pickleball setup available
  • 1x Meeting Room with Tables/Chairs & Small Kitchen
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History of Phil Moore Park

Phil Moore Park is the largest of the Warren County Parks at a little over 174 acres. The Warren County Fiscal Court purchased this property in 1997 from Carol and Beth Upton and Clarice Dinwiddie. It was dedicated and renamed for former Warren County Parks Director Phil Moore in the spring of 2004.

Phil Moore Park is bordered by Drakes Creek, a tributary of Barren River. Park access to Drakes Creek provides opportunities for fishing and kayaking/canoeing access to patrons throughout the year. This park offers plenty of facilities including a gymnasium with high school regulation size court (or two middle school size courts), a baseball/softball complex with two fields, cross-country trail, picnic/playground area, and the Kiwanis Soap Box Derby Track.

  7101 Scottsville Rd
Alvaton, KY 42122

  Hours: 7am-Dusk

  Rentals Phone: 270.843.6665

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