Klondike Park & Katie Sexton Community Center

Klondike Park is 12.83 acres, with a playground, ball field, water fountains, picnic tables, and benches. The Katie Sexton Community Center is on-site and includes off-street parking.


This park has been adopted by KSCCDC. If you’d like to volunteer or adopt a park yourself, visit Memphis City Beautiful.


KATIE SEXTON COMMUNITY CENTER

Katie Sexton Community Center is on-site with an indoor basketball court in a gymnasium, arts and crafts room, game room, full kitchen, fitness room, computer lab, dining room, restrooms, and parking for both the center and the park.

 

All Memphis Parks community centers provide:
• Classes, programs, and events in five core services
• Health, fitness, and wellness services and programs
• Educational development and training services
• Cultural arts programming
• Dance and musical expression
• Character building and social development
• Summer day camp
• A gymnasium, game room, art studio, kitchen, and meeting rooms
• Supervised youth team sports
• Time for free play
• Holiday events

 

All community centers are available for family reunions, banquets, wedding receptions, business meetings, and more. Some of the activities offered might require an additional fee for persons who live outside the Memphis City Limits.

 

Call 901-576-7070 for more information.

 

Director: Carmelita Norwood
Assistant Director: Tera Upshaw

Charles Morris Outdoor Pool

Outdoor pools are only open during the summers.

Wednesday – Friday: 1 p.m. – 6 p.m.
Saturday: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

 

For more information, contact us:

Stacy Bond, Aquatics Manager
stacy.bonds@memphistn.gov

Christopher Wells, Aquatics Supervisor
christopher.wells@memphistn.gov