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Marshall Park

‚Äč800 East Third Street
Central  Park Region

This Park is named for James B. Marshall who was City Manager of Charlotte 1935-1940. It is said that Marshall's office in City Hall overlooked the property, and he dreamed it would someday be a park. The property was cleared by urban renewal in the early 1970s, and the park was dedicated by the city on June 2, 1973.


  • 5.50 acres
  • Open space for gatherings and events
  • Small lake with concrete bottom, walking path and bridge
  • Large fountain
  • Small amphitheater on tiered grassy slope
  • Built-in power outlets in open space area for small events
  • Beautiful view of Charlotte uptown skyline
  • Martin Luther King memorial statue
  • Holocaust memorial monument

Reservable Facilities

Marshall Park has grassy and shaded spaces, plus a small amphitheater that can be reserved for community events. 


Office Location:

Mahlon Adams Pavilion
2435 Cumberland Avenue
Charlotte, NC 28203
Hours: Mon-Fri 8 a.m. - Noon
12:30 p.m. - 2 p.m.


Central Region Office

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