Recreational Facilities & Accesses

Recreational Facilities

Big Rock Stadium – 2714 Mayberry Loop Road (12.5 acres)   
Home of Puck O’Neal Baseball Field with stadium bleachers, restrooms, and exercise trail.  American Legion Post 46 and the Morehead City Marlins play their home games at O’Neal Field from May – August.
 
Bryan Street Pond – Bryan & Webb  Street (2.77 acres)
Pond with bench and sidewalk.
 
City Park – 1001 Arendell Street (1.4 acres)
Gazebo, grills (2), playground, restrooms, Train Depot (meeting and group rentals)
 
Jaycee Park – 807 Shepard Street (.25 acres)
Leisure waterfront park with benches (6), concert stage, covered bench swings (2), covered picnic tables (2), parking, piers (8th & 9th Street), and restrooms.
 
Katherine Davis Park – 601 Arendell Street (1.7 acres) 
Open space park leased from the NC Railroad Company.
 
Mitchell Village Park – 4907 Holly Lane (2 acres)
Neighborhood park with covered bench swings (2), gazebo, grills (2), playground, and public water access.
 
Piney Park – 2717 Bridges Street (.75 acre)
Open space park with picnic tables (2).
 
Recreation Center – 1600 Fisher Street (8 acres)
Indoor – Art classroom, exercise classroom (aerobics, tai chi, yoga, zumba), fitness rooms (cardio & weight machines), gymnasium, and meeting rooms.
Outdoor – basketball court, football/multi-purpose field with lights, picnic shelter, pier, and playground.
 
Rotary Park – 2200 Mayberry Loop Road (15.2 acres) 
Exercise trail, grills (2), outdoor basketball courts (2), picnic shelters (2), restrooms, and soccer fields (6). Seashore Soccer League uses Rotary Park for their youth soccer fall and spring programs.
 
Snookie Wade Park – 800 Bay Street (.25 acres)
Open space park with a bench (1) and a picnic table (1).
 
Shevans Park – 1501 Evans Street (2 acres)
Gazebo, large playground, picnic shelters (2), grills (2), restrooms, and tennis courts (4) with 2 lighted courts.  
 
Sugarloaf Island (22.05 acres)
Boat or kayak accessible natural park area with floating dock, restrooms, and nature walk trail. Sugarloaf Island is located across from the downtown Morehead City waterfront. 
 

 
Public Water Accesses
 
 
Calico Creek Boardwalk
Boardwalk runs from North 19th and Bay Street along Calico Creek to North 22nd Street.
 
City Docks – 807 Shepard Street
Boat rental docks (10) with restroom and shower facilities. Shared parking at Jaycee Park. The City Docks are managed by Waterfront Ferry Services @ Portside Marina. For Docking Service: Contact 252-726-2457 or 252-726-7678.
 
Conchs Point – 608 Bay Street
Public water access with floating dock.
 
Newport River Boat Ramps & Pier (Radio Island) – 301 Highway 70 
Public water access with boat launches (6), fishing pier (418’), trailer parking (56), and restrooms.
 
North 11th Street Water Access – North 11th & Edgewater Place 
Public water access with dock.
 
South 6th Street Day Docks – South 6th & Evans Street  
Day docks with shared parking.
 
South 10th Street Water Access & Boat Ramp – 1001 Shepard Street 
Public water access with parking, pier, and boat launch (1) for boats 16’ or less.
 
South 11th Street Water Access – South 11th & Shepard Street 
Public water access with parking and hand launching capabilities for canoes, kayaks, and catamarans.
 
South 12th Street Water Access – 401 South 12th Street
Walter Lewis Landing public water access with a bench (1) and a picnic table (1).
 
South 13th Street Water Access – South 13th Street & Shackleford Street 
Public water access with boardwalk and dock.
 
South 16th Street Water Access – South 16th & Shackleford Street
Public water access with concrete walk.
 
South 28th Street Water Access – South 28th & Evans Street  
Public water access with bench, rocks, and parking.
 
Sunset Drive Water Access – South 32nd & Sunset Drive  
Public water access with boardwalk.