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Avondale Park

4101 5th Avenue South
205-254-2391

Avondale Park is one of Birmingham’s oldest and most beloved city parks.   Long before it was a park, travelers along the Georgia Road would stop to enjoy the cool, sweet waters of King Spring, which bubbles up from the park’s center. The 40-acre site has been a park since 1887 and was home to the first zoo in the area. The park was renovated in 2011 and hosts ball fields, an amphitheater, a duck pond encircled with walking trails meeting ADA standards, a playground, picnic pavilion, and numerous benches for resting and enjoying the lively scenery. Avondale Library and the restored Avondale Villa, an event facility, are also located on the property. The steep slopes of the hill above the park host a forest and woodland, as well as ruins from the zoo. On most days, weather permitting, the park is a busy place, enjoyed by visitors of all ages and backgrounds. Immediately adjacent to the park is downtown Avondale, one of Birmingham’s up-and-coming entertainment districts.



Reviews

Derrick Lovett

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Sunday, June 3, 2018
This is a beautiful park near downtown Birmingham. Great for events or just hanging out.

Tara Parker

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Tuesday, May 8, 2018
Been coming here for years! My son plays baseball here and my daughter loves to go feed the ducks!

Kondre Sims

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Sunday, Jan. 14, 2018
Quite area with kid friendly environment. The ducks bring a calming beautiful scenery. Could use a little more art to bring out the elegance of the park.

Joel Simmons

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Saturday, May 12, 2018
Free workout class every Thursday 6pm (May 3 - June 28th) sponsored by the Birmingham Park and Recreation, City of Birmingham, and IAmBHAM Fitness Camp

Jennifer Fry

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Saturday, June 9, 2018
Love this park i come here ever chane i get

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