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Veterans Park on Valleydale
Location: 4800 Valleydale Road
Hoover, AL 35242
Amenities: Exercise, Picnic, Picnic Shelter, Playground, Restroom, Shelter, Volleyball, and Walking Trail
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Contact Phone: 205 444-7500
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Veterans Park on Valleydale

Veterans Park on Valleydale features 5K and 8K cross country courses, 4 beach vollyball courts, 2 pavilions, and 2 children's playgrounds with swingsets.

Veteran's Park is Hoover's newest and largest park. It features a professionally developed cross-country course and is host to the Great American Cross Country Race.This park was dedicated in 2007 to the memory of our Veterans. There is a large monument commemorating those who have served our country in each of the armed forces. A project is underway to recognize Veterans who have a connection to Hoover.

The park is maintained by the City of Hoover.

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Current and Upcoming Events For This Facility

Date Event Title
Please meet at 9:45 a.m. in the Veterans Park parking lot right beside the building with restrooms in it at the park. We plan to depart from there at 10:00 a.m.
Southeastern Outings Day Hike - Veteran's Park on Valleydale
Come with us on our weekday hike. Enjoy an easy 3 mile hike on trails in North Shelby County just off Valleydale Road. Veterans Park is an 82-acre park with numerous walking trails, a four-acre lake and a one-acre pond. This walk will be Southeastern Outings’ seventh hike in Veterans Park. Come with us for a guided tour of easily walkable trails. Please bring water and wear good walking shoes or boots. Dress appropriately for the weather.
Check-in/Registration 10 a.m.
End Heroin Walk
END HEROIN BHAM is a community event hosted by the Addiction Prevention Coalition. Started in 2017, the walk was created to spread awareness about the drug epidemic and create a sense of solidarity for those struggling through it. This solidarity is just one way to reduce the stigma around addiction and one of the first steps in getting people the help they need.

The walks were previously hosted in scenic Railroad Park. Each year, friends and family registered as teams and individuals show up to give support and encouragement. The event in non-competitive, meaning attendees can walk as much as they want. With guest speakers, food trucks, and music, EHB is a fun event that plays an important role in the betterment of the community.

Those choosing not to register can walk for free.

Shelby County