The Armfield Center is home to a beautiful park and trails area in Pilot Mountain, NC. The park is open to the public from 7am to sunset every day. Remember to please properly dispose of your trash while enjoying the ACC park.
The ACC park is home to East Surry Little League in Pilot Mountain. East Surry Little League is part of the Little League Baseball organization out of South Williamsport, Pa.
There are five baseball fields including Jack Palmer Field, appropriately named after local citizen Jack Palmer who has spent a lifetime ensuring that the children of Pilot Mountain have a special place to participate in athletic competition.
The park playground was renovated last year and additionally is now fenced in as part of an Eagle Scout project completed in the summer of 2011. The playground has an adventure play structure, several swings, a worm climber, sand box, picnic tables, and park benches for parents.
Our shelter is reservable and thus is the perfect place for your spring/summer/fall reunion or get-together. For more information about reserving the shelter for your event, click here! The shelter has 10 outdoor commercial picnic tables and includes access to the kitchen area for reserved events.
Paved Walking Track
The park has a paved walking track that takes you throughout the upper park area. The total loop starts near the center and circles around the baseball/softball fields. Signs mark the path in several areas of the park.
18 Hole Disc Golf Course
The ACC park is home to an 18 hole disc golf course that begins in the Nelson Acres parking lot and runs through Nelson Acres before ending near the first hole. This course is very challenging and runs through heavily wooded areas in several locations.
The ACC park has an amazing amphitheater which is utilized for special events and is also available for rental opportunities including weddings. When weddings are booked, the party is able to rent out the entire park for this event. For more information concerning amphitheater rental opportunities, click here.
Nelson Acres was constructed through a $500,000 grant with land donated to the town of Pilot Mountain, NC. The primary focus was to create a beautiful trail through these woods without affecting the environment in the process. Many people visit Nelson Acres daily and enjoy the spectacular scenery. The entire trail is 3.1 miles long and a cut-through path is available for those who would like a shorter walk. Information on the trail is available at the parking lot of Nelson Acres. There are also five camping sites available for rent within Nelson Acres.