There are many fields available at Bob Amos. There are two soccer fields, two basketball courts, six tennis courts, track, and baseball/softball fields. The soccer fields and track are also utilized by University of Pikeville and Pikeville High School. The area is open 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. during summer. Winter hours are 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. The fields are well lit and restrooms are available.
Shelters, Playgrounds, and Picnic Areas
There are multiple areas with picnic areas, playgrounds, and shelters within the Bob Amos area.
Picnic tables and grills are available at several sites throughout the park. Playgrounds are located at Shelter#2, behind the track, and below Shelter #3. The playground below Shelter #3 includes numerous picnic tables. An accessible playground is available behind the RV Park on Earlene Lane, complete with ADA accessible restrooms.
Shelters#2-5 are located in Bob Amos. The shelters include tables and a grill. Dates are booked early, so reserve a shelter for your event at cityofpikeville.com. Shelter #2 is also home to Cut-Thru Adventures. As noted above, a play area is also located there.
Shelter #3 is located in a beautiful shaded area. A horseshoe area is available. A playground is within walking distance. Parking is available. Primitive restrooms are available.
Shelters#4 and 5 are located at the end of Bob Amos Drive by the Overlook. Shelter #4 is located on the left and Shelter #5 is on the right. This location offers spectacular views of the Pikeville Cut-Through Project and Downtown Pikeville. Parking is available on site. The shelters have lights and water. Primitive restrooms are available onsite.
[gallery] The Hatfield-McCoy River Trails offers canoe, kayak, and tube rentals and guided tours ...
The Pikeville City Park is a center of community activity. In 2011, the park had 400 events ...