Sprinkled among Point Mallard's major outdoor facilities are a number of other recreational facilities and activities available for your enjoyment. A large, covered pavilion with restrooms is available for groups of up to 500.
The open-air facility is perfect for meal functions, rallies, seminars, meetings, craft exhibitions and church organization activities. Contact group sales coordinator for rental fees and availability.
Also, to add a little bit more fun to your family outdoor activities, Point Mallard offers a 3-mile hiking/biking trail, three fenced and lighted baseball fields, a group pavilion, sand volleyball, extensive picnic grounds, an open-air prayer chapel near our campground, and bank fishing along the Tennessee River! They also sponsor annual festivals such as the Balloon Festival, Civil War Reenactment, and much more.
- The Batting Cages feature Softball and Baseball pitching machines. Speeds range from 40 to 70 mph for baseball, and slow speed and fast pitch for softball. The cages are available for rent by the hour.
- Driving Range features target greens, putting green and enclosed shelter. Rental clubs are available, snd debit cards are available for non operating hours.
The "Jimmy Johns Tennis Center", located behind T.C. Almon Recreation Center in Point Mallard Park, is owned and operated by Decatur Parks and Recreation Department. It features 12 championship hard courts, 4 championship clay courts, and two indoor hard courts. The pro shop has a lounge area, a fully stocked pro shop and men’s and women’s rest rooms. All courts are lighted and there is a large viewing area. A backboard area to practice ground strokes and volleys is located next to the indoor courts. Call 256 341 4943 or decaturparks.com
The "Bill J. Dukes Athletic Complex", operated by Decatur Parks and Recreation Department, is located within Point Mallard Park. The 40-acre complex is composed of three lighted, fenced baseball fields (2-200 ft, 1-275 ft), each with bleachers on concrete pads, press boxes over dugouts, and a concession/restroom building.
The Spirit of America fields are located within Point Mallard Park. The facility is named for President Ronald Reagan who spoke at the Spirit of America Festival in 1984. The ten-acre facility boasts laser-graded, sodded, and lighted fields with a permanent outdoor stage at the east end. The Spirit of America Stage is the home of the Spirit of America Festival. The park is operated by the Parks and Recreation Department. For information contact (256) 341-4930.
Battle for Decatur - Civil War Reenactment
Relive the four day struggle between advancing Confederates and Garrisoned Union Troops at the Point Mallard Park hosted Battle for Decatur. The September Skirmish Reenactment held every Labor Day Weekend at Point Mallard Park features Civil War Camps, Crafts, and Live Battles. Held every Labor Day Weekend.
The "Point Mallard Prayer Chapel" is a quaint, open air chapel perfect for your small wedding. There is a $100 fee for the use of the chapel. It seats approximately 80 people, is lighted, and is an open-air facility. Call (256) 341-4902 for fee, and information.