Reserve Park Facilities

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             Click the image to reserve facilities.

In addition to playground facilities, disc golf, and miles of greenways, the GAP offers several facilities on a rental or fee basis including baseball/softball/soccer fields, a picnic shelter, large sports pavilion, basketball court (located under the covered sports pavilion), tennis courts, sand volleyball pits, and even an amphitheater!  During the summer season, the spray park is open and free to the public during general operating hours, or it may be reserved for private use for group parties from 10 am – 12 noon, Monday – Saturday.

Special Note: The newest park phase includes picnic tables under the restroom facility which are to remain open to the public during park hours. Park users are not permitted to set-up private parties or events in this area.

An online reservation system is available to make reserving facilities easier for you.  To view facility details, scheduling calendars, rental rates, and reserve a date for your event . . . click the image above or visit Granville County Facility Reservations.  You will be redirected to the new site hosted by Civic Rec. 

For those who prefer to complete a written rental agreement and submit payment in person, downloadable documents are provided below along with the facility rental rules and regulations.  Contact us at or call the park office at (919) 693-3716.

GAP Facility & Field Use Agreement

GAP Facility Rental Rules & Regulations

GAP Tennis & Volleyball Court Rules

GAP Spray Park Rental Rules & Regulations

GAP Reservations Office locator map

                            The Reservations Office is located at 4615 Belltown Road, Oxford.



Granville Athletic Park layout map

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For the safety of our patrons, a lightning detection system monitors the park and surrounding areas for electrical storms. The horns will typically sound 20 minutes prior to the approaching storm. Patrons should seek immediate shelter within buildings and/or cars. Three short horns will go off when it is safe to go back outside.

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