Madisonville City Park
Madisonville City Park was built during the late 1930's and early 1940's and was a project of the Works Progress Administration (WPA) which provided jobs for the unemployed during the Great Depression of the United States. The land was purchased by the City of Madisonville under Mayor Beverly Waddill and was known as 'Waddill's Folley'.
The park features a 9-hole golf course, lakes for fishing, swimming pool, playground, picnic areas, clubhouse, and ampitheater.
9-hole City Park Golf Course
2 lighted tennis courts
18-hole championship Disc Golf Course
Handicap accessible playground
12 outdoor picnic shelters
2 restroom buildings
2 horseshoe pits
Sand Volleyball Court
Elmer Kelley Stadium
(Home of the Madisonville North Hopkins High School and Madisonville Miners baseball teams)
1.25 mile walking trail
2 stocked fishing lakes
Ampitheatre (call (270) 824-2156 for reservations)
Concert/Performance Stage (call (270) 824-2156 for reservations)
F. O. & Ernestine Baker Serenity Path
If you or your organization is interested in hosting an event at the park, you are required to fill out and submit the Special Events Application. Completing this process will help our staff ensure that your requests are honored in a timely fashion.
If you have questions regarding the form or general inquiries, contact Brian Jones at the Pro Shop
Special Events Application