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Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Spring Baseball and Softball Leagues Begin Soon

We are so excited for Spring ball to begin! Coaches for Winfield Park and Rec Baseball and Softball teams are listed below:

Age 4 Tee-Ball Age 6 & Under Tee-Ball
Theo Kimbrough
Nick Tucker
Chad May
Candace Shipp
Kent Nelson
Jeffery Touchstone
Matt Johnson
Glendon Renfroe
Age 6 & Under Baseball Age 6 & Under Softball
Eddie Bryant
Kyle Kleypas
Britton Lightsey
Age 8 & Under Baseball Age 8 & Under Softball
Dennis Aldridge
Andy Patton
Frank Wennberg, Sr.
Jason South
Jerica Galloway
Justin Rainey
Trey Griffin
Age 10 & Under Baseball Age 10 & Under Softball
Chase Cochran
Neal Box
Evan Shipp
Daniel Tidwell
Chris Carothers
Scott Earnest
Age 12 & Under Baseball Age 12 & Under Softball
Jami Rainey
Johnny Faucett
Douglas Keel
Judd May
Tony Shaw

We are still in need of a 6 & Under Tee Ball coach if anyone would like to volunteer! Contact the park at 205-487-6710.

"Parkfest 2018" will be April 7, 2018!

Directions to the Park

After Checking several of the mapping programs available online, we do not suggest using the directions they provide. The following are the best directions for reaching our park:

From Birmingham

From I-65, take Exit 264. Go west on Daniel Payne Parkway to Coalburg Road. Turn right onto Coalburg Road. Follow it to Corridor X/I-22 west. Follow I-22 to Exit 30. Exit to the right and then turn left onto Alabama Hwy. 129 S. Go 2 miles to County Hwy. 14, turn right, go 3 miles and follow signs to Ivan K. Hill Park.

From Decatur

Take Alabama Hwy. 24 West. In Moulton, turn left onto Alabama Hwy. 33. Continue through Bankhead National Forest until you reach Double Sprngs. In Double Springs, turn right onto US Hwy. 278. Continue west through Natural Bridge. About 8 miles west of Natural Bridge, turn left onto Alabama Hwy. 129. You will travel through Brilliant. South of Brilliant, you will pass under I-22. Go 2 miles south of I-22 to County Hwy. 14. Turn right and go 3 miles and follow signs to Ivan K. Hill Park.

Park Day 2014

Park Day signals the start of the summer youth baseball and softball leagues. The day is marked by many games, good food and large crowds in the park. Park Day 2014 was held on a beautiful, sunny day with many people in the park enjoying the games.

Directions to Winfield Park

Click here for easy-to-follow directions to Ivan K. Hill Park.

Winfield Park History

Ivan K. Hill Park, consisting of approximately 60 acres, was first begun in the mid-1960's when the Winfield City Council, seeing the need for recreational opportunities, created the Winfield Park and Recreation Board and set aside land for the creation of the park. Over the years, the size of the park has increased as has the number of facilities and programs. Local, volunteer participation by citizens who wished to see more recreational opportunities like those available in larger communities, has been the backbone of the park since its beginning. A volunteer park board still exists as does the commitment by the City of Winfield to provide recreational opportunities for all ages.