Artist Clive Haynes’ thirty by ninety foot mural, painted on the side of a building depicts images of the Italian village where the Waldensians lived until they moved to North Carolina. Other scenes on the mural show the earliest settlement in Valdese, founded in 1893, and the transformation into a vibrant community. The Valdese Village Park Mural is a stunning outdoor painting and small picnic park on Main Street in Valdese. Spanning the depth of the building and visually integrated adjoining landscaping, this beautiful and unique monument to the history of Valdese includes depictions of the town’s attractions and 51 “hidden” objects awaiting discovery by children of all ages.

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Valdese Lakeside Park

300 acre passive park owned by The Town of Valdese and maintained by Friends of the Valdese Rec - the group fundraising…
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Valdese Family Splash Park

Splash through the summer heat at the Valdese Family Splash Park located adjacent to the Valdese Recreation Center. Amenities include splash pad, playground, picnic shelter, and multipurpose building. The picnic shelter & multipurpose building may be rented for public use.
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Fletcher Ball Park

The park consists of 2 ball fields, concession stand and also includes an observation deck overlooking McGalliard Falls Park.