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Millbrook Parks and Recreation Department (MPR) lead by Scott Davis is a newly established department. In 1997 the department started with three parks and one rental building.and now has seven parks and three rental buildings.

Memorial Center Park is a 15- acre park complex that is home to the Village Green, an open recreation area that serves as a gathering place for family outings, barbecues, craft fairs and concerts. Surrounding the green is a tree-lined, ¼ mile lighted walking trail. There is also a covered stage for entertainment and the beautiful Leyburn Memorial Gazebo, which has served as a setting for many weddings. Mill Creek, with its footbridges over the creek, links the Village Green to the Kids Kingdom, a custom designed playground built by volunteers. The complex also contains the Community (Memorial) Center. The remainder of the complex is home to the Millbrook Girls Softball League.

Village Green
Millcreek Sports Complex Mill Creek Sports Complex is a new-state-of the art baseball facility. The park has six baseball fields and two batting cages with more to come in the future. The complex is home to the Millbrook Dixie Youth Baseball League. The park also features a ½ mile walking trail.
Legacy Park

Legacy Park is an eight-acre complex with a ½ mile walking trail. It serves as a practice facility for the Millbrook Mustangs. It also has a rental building and a pavilion.

Robinson Springs Park is three-acre park featuring an underground spring and a fountain. A gazebo is available to rent for weddings, birthday parties or picnics.

Robinson Springs Park

Millbrook Civic Center, located at 3168 Park Circle, is a new-state-of the art facility which can accommodate 286 people for banquets, meeting, weddings and conferences. It has a full kitchen, public address system and internet access.


Civic Center Rental Fees

—Monday through Thursday—

Daily Rental Fee $425.00

Security Deposit $150.00

—Friday through Sunday—

Daily Rental Fee $625.00

Security Deposit $250.00

Set Up and Sanitization Fee for all Civic Center Rentals is is included in the rental fee

Capacity 286 Persons

For use of the small meeting room and kitchen in the Civic Center $200.00

For use of the small meeting room in the Civic Center $100.00

Memorial Center Rental Fees

Located at 3168 Park Circle - Across From the Civic Center

Daily Rental Fee $250.00

Security Deposit $100.00


Set Up and Sanitization Fee for all Memorial Center Rentals is included in the rental fee.

Capacity 104 Persons

Legacy Park Building Rental Fees

Located at 1889 Deatsville Highway

Daily Rental Fee $100.00

Security Deposit $50.00

Capacity 49 Persons

There is a $25.00 Service Charge for use of any audio visual equipment and/or internet or local network usage for all rental locations




For information on all building rentals, please contact Willie Mae Duncan at 334-290-2047

For more information about the City’s recreational facilities and programs, call the City of Millbrook Parks and Recreation Department at (334) 290-2047

The City has three buildings available, which may be rented for use by civic clubs, neighborhood associations, individuals, etc. The Memorial Center on Park Circle has been renovated and is available for rent. This building will accommodate approximately 100 people. Kitchen facilities are available; however, the renter must provide plates, utensils, pots/pans, etc.
The Senior Citizens Center occupies the building on weekdays from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.


Millbrook Mustangs Youth Football and Cheerleading

The Millbrook Youth Football League (The Millbrook Mustangs), established in 1969, is the oldest operating Youth Football and Cheerleading League in the Millbrook area.

The Mustangs, with God as our guide, are focused on teaching our kids the fundamentals of Football and Cheerleading, growing good sportsmen and sportswomen, and instilling a winning attitude. To accomplish this at an age-appropriate level we have four different divisions, Midgets (ages 5 & 6), Crickets (ages 7 & 8), Termites (ages 9 & 10) and Peewee’s (ages 11 & 12).

Practices are held at our facility located at Legacy Park in Millbrook, AL and are normally held from 5:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays Practice traditionally begins on the third Monday of July.

Our home games are played at Foshee-Henderson Stadium and usually begin on the first weekend in September. The Millbrook Mustangs (MYFL) are proud members of The Central Alabama Youth Football League (CAYFL), which is comprised of 10 teams all of whom play in the Montgomery area. The CAYFL follows a modified version of the Alabama High School Athletic Association rules and regulations.

The Millbrook Mustangs have a very long and proud tradition. Many of our coaches have college and professional playing experience. Come join our winning team, you can find us on Facebook as well as our web site www.millbrookmustangs.net