Town of Fletcher, North Carolina

Kate’s & Pete’s Park

Kate’s and Pete’s Park, located next to the Fletcher Library, is a quaint park feature a playground, paved walking trail, small picnic shelter, and green open space. Kate’s and Pete’s Park is a popular stop for citizens after a trip to the Fletcher Library.

Location:

Library Road (Next to the Fletcher Library)
Fletcher, NC 29732

 

Hours:

Open Monday – Saturday, Daylight to Dusk
Open Sunday – Noon – Dusk

Park Amenities:

  • Picnic Shelter
  • Paved Walking Path
  • Playground
  • *No Restrooms Available

Kate’s and Pete’s Park Shelter:

To check shelter availability and to reserve a shelter, please click here to go to our online registration site.

You can reserve a shelter in person at Fletcher Town Hall (300 Old Cane Creek Rd.), Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.  However, please note that all reservations made in person must also be added to the online registration site so please be prepared to go through the process. Only cash or checks are accepted in person.

Kate's Shelter

Rental Fee: (Per 2 hour time block)

Fletcher Resident: $10
Non-Resident: $25
Business: $50

Rental Fee: (Per 4 hour time block)

Fletcher Resident: $20
Non-Resident: $50
Business: $100

Kate’s and Pete’s Park Shelter Rental Form

 

Refund Policy:
NO REFUNDS WILL BE GIVEN. Reservation fees are non-refundable. Every effort will be made to schedule an alternate date should a cancellation be necessary. Alternate dates may or may not be available to the park user depending upon other reservations that have been

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