Haw Creek Parks and Recreation
101 Maple Drive.
HCCA was instrumental in creating this nine-acre park on Maple Drive. When the property came on the market in 2009, we organized a fundraising effort that resulted in local residents, the City of Asheville, and Buncombe County each providing a third of the $720,000 purchase price. This beloved park has a hiking trail connecting Haw Creek to the Blue Ridge Parkway and the Mountains-to-Sea Trail.
|Masters Park Wildflowers|
This photo of a Carolina Lily, the
NC state wildflower, was taken at the
Haw Creek overlook rock.
|Masters Park Trees|
This small, native Black Haw tree is
found in Haw Creek Valley and
gives the area its name.
The Naming and History of Masters Park
Charlie Bullman Park
Named after an Asheville legend in youth sports, Charlie Bullman Park features a six-acre, three-field complex off New Haw Creek Road. In the 1960s, Charlie Bullman helped found what is today known as Bullman Field in Haw Creek, his lifelong home.
Haw Creek Amazing Resident interview with Charlie Bullman
Haw Creek Park
40 Avon Road
was the force behind the creation of this six-acre park located at the
intersection of Beverly and Avon Roads. The park features paved and
unpaved trails, gazebo, picnic shelter and historical markers describing
the history of Haw Creek.
Haw Creek Elementary School Nature Trail
Haw Creek Elementary School, a leader in environmental education, is the only school with an interactive STEAM nature trail that is open not only to school students but also to the public. (STEAM is an educational approach to learning that uses Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Mathematics as access points for guiding student inquiry, dialogue, and critical thinking.)
East Asheville Recreation Club
40 Bell Rd
Asheville Parks and Recreation