Located behind the Tipton County Fire Department at 261 Tate Rd and Drummonds Elementary School at 5068 Drummonds Rd.
One of the shining jewels of Tipton County, the Drummonds Park, is a 30-acre community park with formal activity areas and natural areas. The handicap accessible park includes of serene walking/hiking trails that wind through beautiful natural woodlands rich with wildlife, a children’s playground, soccer field and covered/lighted pavilions with picnic tables and grills. This park and arboretum combination will offer opportunities for teaching, research, conservation, recreation and public education on plant diversity.
Picnic and Play Area
The picnic and play area includes a pavilion with picnic tables and a BBQ pit. The play area includes facilities for three age groups.
Facilities include a Frizbee Golf course winding through the landscape and a soccer field.
An ADA accessible ampitheater with power for sound and light equipment is a centerpiece of the park.
ADA accessible lighted, paved nature trails wander throughout the 30 acre park.
The Drummonds Park Arboretum is a collaborative effort of Tipton County Extension Master Gardeners, Boy Scouts of America Troop #260 and others, Tennessee Urban Forestry Council and the county of Tipton. This is the first and only official Arboretum in Tipton County. Thirty-five (35) trees have been identified and marked for inclusion, as approved by the State of TN. Each tree has a post and naming label. Click here for the map.