Trey Park Complex

Trey Park is dedicated to the memory of Etherege Johnson Parker, III, better know as Trey Parker, and was funded by generous donations from residents, companies and the Etherege Johnson Parker, III Foundation and matching grants. Trey Park opened in May 1998 and is an beloved addition to the community. Trey Park offers a playground with slides, swings and other various activities for the residents of Trousdale County. The Trey Parker Complex also includes the County Pool, restrooms and two pavilions donated by the Trousdale County Rotary Club.

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The County is in the process of applying for the 2020 Local Parks and Recreation Fund Grant  to install inclusive play equipment for children who have mobility issues or who are Autistic inside Trey Park, to widen the ADA parking spaces and crosswalks and to replace and extend the sidewalk to join the pavilion inside Trey Park. The budget estimate for the project is $188,304.34. The grant will pay for 50% of the project cost, leaving the County paying the remaining 50% for a cost of $94,152.17. To view the PowerPoint presentation, click here. To view video for the second public meeting held to discuss the grant application, click here.

On Wednesday, August 25, 2021, Playground Guardian, a playground inspection company, submitted a Safety Audit of Trey Park. The audit was requested by the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation after staff visited Trey Park. To view the report, click here.