Sammy Haggard Park

1345 Highway 98 W | Danielsville, GA 30633


  • 3 - Lighted Baseball Fields

  • 2 - Lighted Softball Fields

  • 2 - Tee Ball Fields

  • 3 - Lighted Outdoor Tennis Courts

  • 2 - Lighted Outdoor Pickleball Courts

  • Lighted Basketball Court

  • 1/4 Mile Lighted Track

  • Lighted Football Field

  • 2 - Playgrounds

  • 5 - Lighted Batting Cages

  • 2 - Concession Stands

  • 4 - Pavilions

  • Gaga Ball Pit

  • Wall Ball Court

  • 18 Hole Disc Golf Course - The Sammy

  • Walking Trails

Walking Trails

One of the "best kept secrets" in Madison County are our walking & nature trails that we have here at the Madison County Recreation Department.

Accessible from multiple locations of the park, there is more than a mile of nature trails that connect Sammy Haggard Park and Brewer Phillips Sports Complex and intertwine through a beautiful wooded area. The nature trails also connect to both our .5 mile walking trail that encircle our two soccer fields at Brewer Phillips and our 1/4 mile track at Sammy Haggard Park.


#1 - Playground Pavilion

  • seats approximately 50 people

  • adjacent to a playground

  • charcoal grill available for use

  • electrical outlets

#2 - Tennis Court Pavilion

  • adjacent to the tennis courts

  • seats approximately 40 people

  • charcoal grill available for use

  • electrical outlets

#3 - Main Pavilion

  • seats approximately 100 people

  • adjacent to the lower playground

  • charcoal grill available for use

  • electrical outlets

SP - Splash Pad Pavilion

  • seats approximately 50 people

  • adjacent to Splash Island

  • electrical outlets

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The Sammy is an 18 hole disc golf course that starts between Splash Island and the MC Library. It wraps around Sammy Haggard Park through the woods and over to Brewer Phillips Sports Complex then ending at hole 18 back at Sammy Haggard Park. The course is a mix of open and wooded holes. Whether you're a beginner or an avid player, you'll feel confident in your throws when playing this course.

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  • Please enjoy the splash pad at your own risk. Responsible fun and frolicking is to be expected, but please remember to play safely!


  • Toddlers must wear swim diapers

  • No pets allowed

  • No tobacco allowed

  • Never leave children unattended

  • No running or rough play

  • No jumping from benches or fencing

  • No foul/abusive language or bullying

  • No food, drink, bottles, or wrappers shall be permitted in the immediate area of play or on the decks surrounding the splash pad

  • No water balloons, water guns, or other toys allowed

  • No skates, skateboards, scooters, or bicycles allowed

  • No bathing, soap, detergent, or shampoo allowed

  • No glass objects of any kind allowed

  • Persons having an infectious or communicable disease, which can be transmitted by water, shall be excluded from use

  • Spitting, spouting of water, blowing the nose, etc. in the fountain shall be strictly prohibited

  • Appropriate clothing or swimwear is required

  • Water approved footwear is strongly recommended

  • Please do not drink the water

  • Respect others

  • Maximum capacity: 50

The Madison County Recreation Department shall not be held responsible for any injuries resulting from the use of the splash pad.

In case of emergency, please call 911.

All other non-emergencies, please call:

  • Wednesday-Friday 10:00am-5:00pm 706-795-6270

  • Wednesday-Friday after 5:00pm 706-363-0060

  • Saturday-Sunday 10:00am-7:00pm 706-363-0060

In case of a thunderstorm, lightning, or severe weather or any kind, please vacate the fountain area immediately and seek shelter.

The Madison County Recreation Department, in its sole discretion, reserves the right to remove, restrict, or ban anyone from the splash pad area for violation of any of these rules.


Memorial Day Weekend -Labor Day Weekend
Wednesday-Sunday, 10:00am-7:00pm

The splash pad is open to the public and is wheelchair accessible. However, the splash pad is subject to closing due to maintenance or inclement weather, which includes rain. Hours of operation may vary.

Please check the website and social media for any closings. For everyone's safety, the splash pad area is under camera surveillance.


The splash pad does not run constantly, it is user activated. There is a large blue sensor “button” on the ground on the splash pad that activates the water when it is hit. The sensor receives the vibration from being hit and starts the feature sequence for the pad.

If you have any questions regarding how to get the splash pad to activate please contact one of the numbers listed on the rule/information sign on the pavilion wall.

Pavilion Reservations

The pavilion located next to Splash Island is available for rentals. If you would like to make a reservation for the pavilion, please contact the MCRD office 706-795-6270.