About Duncan Park

A large, formal park located in the center of one of Spartanburg’s older neighborhoods, Duncan Park provides both active and passive recreation facilities, including a large lake and former minor league stadium as its two biggest attractions.

This 102.53-acre community park includes mountain bike trails, the historic Duncan Park baseball stadium, a pond, walking trails, and much more.


  • 102.53-acre community park located in the Duncan Park neighborhood
  • Large lake
  • Baseball stadium (former minor league baseball stadium)
  • Two lighted little league softball/baseball fields, playground
  • Lighted tennis courts with restrooms
  • Picnic areas, amphitheater, paved walking trail, nature trails, and bike trails
  • Spartanburg High School baseball and American Legion Post 28 currently call the baseball stadium home
  • Spartanburg High School softball, boys cross country, and girls cross country teams use Duncan Park facilities as their home venues
  • Amphitheater hosts many special events throughout the year, including Jam in the Park, a local musicians’ concert series

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This video is about the mountain biking trails in the middle of the city of Spartanburg. Hub City Trail System at Duncan Park offers over 5 miles of trails for beginners, families and advanced riders. Many folks, led by Eric Turner of Bike Worx, helped make these trails possible, including volunteer effort from the Southern Off-Road Bicycle Association (SORBA) and Benchmark Trails. Trail building began in 2010. Financial and other support provided by Partners for Active Living, The Mary Black Foundation, the City of Spartanburg, United Rentals and Fincher Photography. Video production by MoreViewMedia.com