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W. C. Johnson Park, Collierville
(4.7/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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  • Trails for walking or riding your bike. Large Playground for little ones . Kiddy Water park in the summer which I haven't seen in action yet. Plenty of parking . Ball fields for games and practice and...  more »
  • Few cities can claim a city park worthy of this rating. Virtually every sport playing fields are here and we'll attended, a nice kiddie park, but the real gem is the nature trail through a wetlands fo...  more »
  • What a great park. Beautiful and clean. I had no idea. Great for a walk or a run. Take the greenway for an even better time. 
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  • Great place to spend time with the family. The playground and walking are wonderful.
  • horribly stocked barley any fish 6 diffrent types of baits 6 rods and 4 days of trying not a single catfish. got kicked out because u dont have a pass for your kids that drive 30 mins and it cost 10 dollars! loosers!
  • This is the gem of Collierville. My kids love the spray park and there is a lot of space and fields for a lot of sports. The nature trails and the wooden deck trail is awesome and well maintained. I wish they would extend the spray park days past Labor day to a bit later in September while it is still warm.
  • It has been about two years since I took my kids to this sprinkler park. All week long we have been looking forward to having a family outing at the sprinkler park. We put on our swimsuits and got all geared up to go. It takes about 25 minutes of driving time to get from our home in East Memphis to Cox Park. On our way out to the park, we patronized a Collierville establishment to get a picnic for lunch. It is overcast today (July 23, 2016,) so we weren't too surprised the sprinkler pad was empty. There were only 4 boys (maybe 16 or 17 years old) sitting together at one of the picnic tables by the gate. There is now a chain link fence around the sprinkler section. I had not seen that the last time we were there, but thought it was erected for the safety of the children using the park. We walk up to the gate with all of our gear and food in hand, and one of the guys comes up to us and asks us if we have a recreational pass. I told him I didn't know what he was talking about. He then said, "do you live in Collierville?" I told him we lived in East Memphis. He said, "well, you can only use this park if you live in Collierville or if you have a rec. pass." He then informed me that the rec. office, where you buy the passes, is closed today... so we are out of luck. Sadly, that fence wasn't build to keep children safe, it was built to keep people out. Let me review. There are 5 people in towels and swimsuits with hot food in hand who have driven 25 minutes to get there and there isn't a soul at the sprinkler pad and there is no way we could buy these passes because their recreational office is closed and he isn't willing to make an exception. I maintained my composure, but needless to say, I am disappointed. Even more than that, I think it is sad that this sprinkler park is really only for a certain group of people now. That's sad. I guess there may be other public parks that practice this type of exclusivity, but I haven't run across those yet. For others, like me, who weren't aware of this recreational pass thing, each person must have a pass and it will cost you $10 per pass. Maybe it's just as well the rec. office was closed today, as I am not sure I would have been mentally prepared to spend $50.00 spend an hour at the park. Addendum: I have now spoken with a half dozen of my friends (all of whom live in Collierville) to talk about this situation and 5 of the six told me this is being done because Collierville residents were unhappy there were "so many Hispanics and African Americans frequenting the park and it was clear they were coming in from other areas outside the city" and this was the city's way to cut down on "those types of people." Really!!?? I'm glad we didn't end up staying; I am appalled.
  • Was a great park for Pok√©mon go but seems to have slowed down. Head to Halley Park for magikarp