Harmon Park is located at 309 Northend, Avenue. Donated from the William E. Harmon Foundation in April 1925, it is the oldest Paragould city park. This 15-acre park has a lot to offer for all ages. There is a walking track, dog park with section for small and large dogs, basketball court, and picnic tables. Harmon Park is open for community use from daylight to dark daily.
The building at Harmon Park, 307 Northend Avenue, is the perfect size for your next family event without the hassle of having the event at home. There are many amenities on the premises that make hosting in this building a breeze. Tables and seating are provided, and building is equipped with a full kitchen and private bathroom. This building can be reserved up to one year in advance.
James Kashak is a graduate of UALR and native to Greene County. He joined the Paragould Parks and Recreation Department in 2021 and is dedicated to making our local parks some of the best in Arkansas. James is married and has a 13-year-old daughter.
Kim is a graduate of Marmaduke High School and attended ASU. She joined the Parks Department in 1999. She is passionate about our parks and looks forward to future growth. Kim is married and has one daughter.