- Monday - Friday 8:00 - 5:00 CT
Troy Recreation Center
- Indoor heated swimming pool
- Outdoor 8-lane swimming pool
- Spray Park
- Two high school size basketball courts
- Two racquetball courts
- Gymnastics facility
- Multi-purpose rooms
- Overhead, 1/8 mile walking track
- Locker and shower areas
- Board room
- Child watch
The Troy Sportsplex opened in the spring of 1991 and continues to grow in size and popularity. The Sportsplex is located on the Enzor Road, off Highway 167 in Troy. Phase I included four softball fields with a centralized press box. Youth and adult softball leagues play regular season and tournament games at the Sportsplex, while baseball tournaments have also been played on the 285-foot fields. In 1995, the Sportsplex was the host of the Dixie Boys World Series. The prestigious tournament returned again in 1998. All fields are available for practices, but must be reserved in advance by calling our main office. In addition to the ballparks, the open space of the Sportsplex is very popular for a variety of outdoor recreation.
Phase II of the Sportsplex opened in 1996, with four new fields and another state-of the-art press box. Two fields measure 200 feet in distance while the other two are 285 feet. Eight fully-automated batting cages also opened in 1996, offering a variety of baseball pitching speeds, as well as slow pitch and fast pitch softball.
Land for Phase III was later purchased adjacent to the Sportsplex, totaling approximately 70 acres. A 1.1 paved walking trail opened in the summer of 2010, with plans to expand the length of the trail.
Jimmy C. Lunsford Tennis Complex
Lunsford Tennis Complex
The Complex is a first-class facility providing 12 new courts. The facility is owned equally between the City of Troy, Troy University and the Troy City School system. Local tennis leagues and tournaments are available, with participation among men, women, seniors and youngsters. The tennis courts are open daily beginning at 10 a.m. M-F and 8 a.m. Saturday and Sunday. The courts close at 10 p.m. each night. The courts also play host to the TU Tennis team and the Charles Henderson High Tennis team.
Troy Miracle League Field and Playground
The Troy Miracle League Field was a joint fund-raising project by the City of Troy, The Troy Lion’s Club and many community and individual contributors. The rubberized safety-surface field opened in the summer of 2011, and is a field designed for children and adults with special needs to play baseball. The season runs during the months of April and May.
The Miracle League Playground opened in September of 2013, and is located in the front of the Recreation Center, 601 Enzor Road. It is a universal playground for not only children of special needs, but all children of all abilities.
Troy Sportsplex Walking Trail
The Troy Sportsplex Walking Trail opened in August of 2010, is 1.1 mile long, and offers a beautiful walk through the outdoors and wooded areas surrounding the Sportsplex. The trail is paved and free of charge. Parking is located at the top of the Recreation Center parking lot.
Located off Murphree Street, historic Murphree Park is a public park with a very large playground, picnic tables, a walking trail and a spacious covered pavilion. The walking trail is 1,888 feet in length, or roughly 1/3 of a mile. The pavilion is available for reserving by calling the Troy Recreation Department.
- Auditoriums 2
- Tennis Courts 18
- Movie Theatre (5 Plex) 1
- Swimming Pools 4
- Parks 4
- Bowling 1
- Fitness Centers 2
- Brundidge Country Club 1
- Troy Country Club 1
- Public Golf Course 1
- Ball Fields 14
- Sportsplex fields 8
- Colley Senior Complex 1
- Public Libraries 3
- Museums 1
- Art Galleries 2
- Lakes 3
Troy Country Club
The Troy Country Club’s Facilities include an Eighteen Hole golf course, a swimming pool, 2 tennis courts, a full-service restaurant, and invitational golf tournaments. A two member recommendation is required for membership.
Johnson Center for the Arts
The Johnson Center for the Arts is housed in one of Troy, Alabama’s, historic treasures, a classical-revival style post office, circa 1910, located just off the square in downtown Troy.
The government facility remained in service until 1980, but it sat empty until 2000. That same year, the Troy-Pike Cultural Arts Center Board of Directors was formed. Fearing the structure’s impending demolition, the Board purchased the handsome structure in order to preserve it and create the only cultural arts center in Pike County.
Founded as a 501 3(c) corporation to advance the growth and knowledge of art and to provide county wide art education opportunities such as art exhibits that would benefit the citizens of Troy, Pike county and the surrounding counties, the Johnson Center for the Arts accommodates an audience of over 400 and is, also, home to seven galleries including the 1400 square foot, two-story main gallery.
Admission is free to the general public; however, the Troy-Pike Cultural Arts Center is dependent on contributions and sponsorships in order to maintain a state-of-the-art cultural arts facility and provide quality educational programming.
The Cultural Arts Studio
“The Studio” is a renovated warehouse owned by the Troy-Pike Cultural Arts Center used for exhibitions, education programming and facility rentals. The Studio may be rented by organizations, individuals or groups for private and public events. The raw space can easily be converted for a wedding reception, conference, meeting space or dinner program.