Rockwood “Brillo Miller” Sports Complex
700 S. Chamberlain Ave. 865-245-8682

The complex has five lighted and well-maintained softball & baseball fields. The city recently invested in a lighted soccer field, complete with a newly constructed concession stand and restrooms. The field is utilized by the high school boys and girls soccer teams. New playground equipment was recently installed and is located near a pavilion area, ideal for picnics or parties.

Douglas E. Wilson Community Center
700 N. Chamberlain Ave. 865-354-0434

The community center has a gymnasium where youth & adult basketball leagues enjoy indoor basketball. The outdoor swimming pool is used not only by the public, but also the local swim team for competitive swimming, aerobics, swim lessons and swim parties, all during certain months of the year. Call the center for a more detailed schedule. The center also has community rooms for events such as birthday parties, quilting and bingo for the senior citizens.

Rockwood Tennis and Ball Courts
201 S. Gateway Ave.

The city’s tennis and ball courts are located on Gateway Avenue, the main thoroughfare through town. All the courts were recently resurfaced and nets and goals were replaced. The court area is one of the most visited areas in the city. Young and old alike try out their skills at basketball and tennis.

Rockwood Waterfront Park&
Dr. Thomas A. Fuller Boat Dock
1360 Pumphouse Road

The Dr. Thomas A. Fuller Boat Dock is a part of the 52 acre Waterfront Park bordering beautiful Watts Bar Lake, featuring a nice parking lot, boat launching ramp, pavilion, picnic tables, restrooms, and several floating fishing piers and docks, including handicap accessible. A recently awarded enhancement grant will connect the downtown to the Rockwood Waterfront via a greenway, including sidewalk improvements and additions, bike lanes, pedestrian lighting and a handicap accessible trailhead complete with restrooms at the lake. City leaders support further development of the lake property as an economic driver and additional recreational opportunities for citizens and visitors.

J.B. Olinger Ballfield and Brickyard Springs Park Area
Reese Street & Martin Luther King Avenue.

The J.B. Olinger ballfield is utilized by Rockwood youth baseball, youth softball and high school softball. The field doubles as a practice field when the fields in the complex are full. The Brickyard Springs Park is adjacent to the ballfields and features outdoor basketball courts. The city recently added a new pavilion, grills, and picnic tables. An annual Brickyard homecoming event is held each year in August.

Homecoming Park
This park is in the center of downtown and includes a covered stage, park benches, a memorial fountain and Rockwood’s iconic clock. During festivals and bike races, the park acts as the center of attraction for activities, including pageants, live music and more! Citizens are often seen in the park eating lunch, spending time with children, taking photographs or simply hanging out on a park bench!