Bill Moore Community Park
In January of 2018, Fletcher Town Council honored former Mayor Bill Moore, by renaming Fletcher Community Park, Bill Moore Community Park. Bill Moore was first elected as a council member for the Town of Fletcher in November 1995, and elected Mayor in 1999. Mayor Moore served the residents of the Town of Fletcher tirelessly and diligently for twenty two years. During that time, he was an advocate for growth and advancement and a champion for community parks and recreation in the Town of Fletcher.
Bill Moore Community Park is recognized as one of the best family parks in Western North Carolina. Park patrons have access to miles of scenic walking trails, Cane Creek, and countless other amenities. Our park impacts the quality of life by contributing to the social, economic, health and environmental well-being of our community.
85 Howard Gap Road
Fletcher, NC 29732
Open Daily, Daylight to Dusk
- 5 Baseball/Softball Fields
- 3 Multi-purpose Fields
- Concession Stand
- Steelcase Picnic Shelter
- Park Ridge Health Fitness Circuit
- Cane Creek Access
- 9-hole Disc Golf Course
- Arboretum Gardens
- Walking Trails
- Morris Broadband Dog Park
Reservation can be made in person at Fletcher Town Hall (300 Old Cane Creek Rd.), Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. To reserve your date, a shelter reservation form must be completed, payment is due at time of reservation. Only cash or checks are accepted. To check shelter availability, please call the Parks and Recreation department at 828-687-0751.
Rental Fee: (Per 4 hour time block)
Fletcher Resident: $75
You can find information on the rental of Kate’s Park picnic shelter here.
When not being used for department programming, Town fields are available for rent. Please contact Greg Walker at 828-687-0751 or firstname.lastname@example.org for pricing and availability.
Morris Broadband Dog Park:
The Morris Broadband Dog Park opened April 7, 2013. The park has two fenced in areas for large dogs and small dogs. We encourage members of our community to utilize this area with their four legged friends.