Recreational Facilities-City owned and operated: Cookeville Drama Center presents several local productions of the summer theater, Dance Arts Center, "Backstage" at the Drama Center", and many others. The Drama Center also hosts regional and national touring theatrical productions and musical groups throughout the year. Cookeville Depot Museum and Cookeville History Museum are the only facilities dedicated to the preservation of the area's historical heritage.
Recreational Facilities-City owned and operated: Dogwood Park/Dogwood Peformance Pavilion-Broad Street, Downtown area Cane Creek Park-Cookeville's largest park; 260 acres, including a 56 acre lake popular with fisherman, concession stand, picnic shelter, basketball, volleyball, horseshoes, play equipment and walking and bike trails Cane Creek Sportsplex-2 soccer fields, 4 softball fields, 4 youth fields Cane Creek Recreaction Center-fitness, dance and other classes Cane Creek Gymnasium Cinderella Park-Mitchell Street Park View Ballfields-1 Little League, 1 Minor League and 2 Babe Ruth fields West End Park-Garrett & West End Walnut Park-Behind Senior Citizens Center Franklin Avenue Park Ensor Park Farmers' Market City Lake Natural Area-Bridgeway Drive
Other Recreational Facilities: Putnam County Recreational Facilities: Jere Whitson Park-softball and baseball fields Community Center-E. Broad Street; public pool & tennis courts Soccer Field Complex Golf Courses: Belle Acres-public Cookeville Country Club-private Ironwood Golf Course-public Movies - Highland Ten Cinema YMCA-Cavalier Drive Tennessee Tech-tennis courts, softball fields, fitness center Cookeville Senior Citizens Center-Walnut Avenue Southern Hills Golf Course-public White Plains Golf Course-public
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