Living at Liberty Park
While we’re sure you’ll fall in love with your new home, we know that the walls around you aren’t all you desire. When the weather is beautiful and the flowers are in bloom, you want to enjoy the great outdoors. The good news? You don’t need to get in your car and drive to the park or city gardens. You don’t have to trek over to the local high school to find a walking trail. Liberty Park has it all.
There are acres of green space in the neighborhood, including over 16 miles of walking trails. We have lakes, parks, and playgrounds – all within walking distance of your new home. Even if you aren’t the outdoors type, it’s hard to resist the draw of tranquility and beauty here. And, if you are into nature, get ready to fall in love.
Attention all sports nuts: Liberty Park’s municipal sports complex has 4 youth softball fields, 5 adult softball fields, 4 soccer fields, and 1 football field. Now, your games and practices can be in your own neighborhood, a short walk away. Learn more about Vestavia Hills Parks and Recreation.
Pools & Playgrounds
When school is out and the kids are getting restless, Liberty Park is ideal. With a community pool and playgrounds, entertainment for the entire family is mere steps away.
Imagine hanging by the pool with your friends while the kids swim and splash with all their buddies. This is every summer at Liberty Park.
Golf & Tennis
Liberty Park’s community tennis courts provide the perfect setting for both the novice, and the expert, tennis player.
As an additional bonus, an 18-hole golf course, designed by professional golfer Jerry Pate and Tom Fazio, sits adjacent to Liberty Park.
In 1994, Old Overton was ranked as the “Best new Private Course” in the country by Golf Digest Magazine. (Old Overton is a private club open to members only.) Visit Old Overton Club