704-888-2386 • 103 W Stanly Street, Stanfield, NC 28163

Parks & Recreation

The Town of Stanfield maintains Pete Henkel Park within the Town Limits. The Park has two baseball/softball fields, basketball court, tennis court, playground area and picnic shelter. Residents may contact the Stanfield Youth Athletic Association (SYAA) for information concerning organized sports in the park. The Town of Stanfield also maintains the Barn Park located at the corner of Hwy 200 and West Stanly Street. Both parks can be reserved by contacting the Town Hall.

Park Use Fees

Pete Henkel Park & Log Barn Park

Town Resident No Charge
Non-Resident $10.00
Restroom cleaning/key deposit $50.00 (all)

Pete Henkel Park Outdoor Lighting Fee

Approved Special Events $15.00 per hour per ball field

Reservation Time Blocks for all Parks:
7am – 12pm
12pm – 5pm
5pm – 11pm

Contact Us

704-888-2386
103 W Stanly Street
Stanfield, NC 28163

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UPDATE
Hwy 200 is now reopened. The trees have been removed but there has been no work on the power lines yet and the power company is not on scene. We recommend that you make plans to be without power overnight.
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UPDATE
Love Chapel at Highway 200 it's completely shut down do to power lines in the road.
Please if it all possible stay home and do not attempt to drive on the roads. We have several incidents already where people have left their homes and the way back is now blocked.
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WEATHER UPDATE
We just lost power at the Stanfield Police Department. We assume other local residents have lost power. We will notify the the power company. There is a tree and power line down at HWY 200 near Willow Creek Dr. This is likely the cause.
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3 days ago

Stanfield Police Department

The roads in Stanfield and surrounding areas are already becoming difficult to pass. What we are seeing so far is sleet and freezing rain which is making the roads slick. Then followed by rain which briefly melts the ice. This is dangerous because it gives the illusion the roads are safe but it quickly gets slick again when it turns to sleet once more. I had trouble in my all wheel drive SUV this morning on HWY 200. I began sliding several times. PLEASE stay home and off the roads. Be extra cautious as our response times to emergencies may be delayed due to road conditions. ... See MoreSee Less

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