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Heardmont Park
Parks
Location: 5458 Cahaba Valley Road
Birmingham, AL 35242
Amenities: Baseball, Drinking Water, Exercise, Football, Leashed Animals Permitted, Pickle Ball Courts, Picnic, Picnic Shelter, Playground, Restroom, Shelter, Soccer, Tennis, and Walking Trail
Contact Phone: 205 991-2015
Heardmont Park

Heardmont Park covers seventy-four acres which includes the Oak Mountain High School Football Stadium with rubberized track, 9 baseball/softball fields, 3 soccer fields, playground facilities, walking trails, 4 lighted tennis courts, and a senior center located within the park.

Shelby County and the Shelby County Board of Education purchased the property that is now Heardmont Park from the City of Hoover. The park was funded by a Foundation consisting of the County, the Shelby County Board of Education, area athletic boosters and concerned citizens. Shelby County coordinated construction of all permanent park amenities and structures; athletic fields coordinated and built by local athletic organizations, Oak Mountain Youth Baseball and American Soccer Club.

For more information on track and field usage or the Senior Community Center, please call Shelby County Parks and Recreation at 205-991-2015.

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Current and Upcoming Events For This Facility

Date Event Title
11/6/2016
Check In begins at 1 p.m. and the Walk will start at 2:30 p.m.
Out of the Darkness Community Walk
The Out of the Darkness Community Walks are 3-5 mile walks taking place in more than 375 communities across the country this year, with the proceeds benefiting the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP). By participating in the Birmingham Out of the Darkness Community Walk, you will be walking with thousands of other walkers nationwide to raise money for AFSP's vital research and education programs to prevent suicide and save lives, increase national awareness about depression and suicide, and provide support for survivors of suicide loss. Thanks to Walkers and Donors like you, AFSP has been able to set a goal to reduce the annual suicide rate 20 percent by 2025.

This year, we will have the 11th Out of the Darkness Community Walk in Birmingham. Thanks to generous supporters, the Birmingham Walk has continuously been one of the biggest in the country.


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