Athletic Complexes

The City of Daphne is proud to offer four athletic complexes for the community and visitors to enjoy.

The City of Daphne does not rent passive park facilities; rather, we only rent our athletic parks. Holding a birthday party or private event at one of Daphne's parks or facilities, such as gazebos and picnic areas, is available on a first come, first served basis. Each passive park is open to the public; therefore, it cannot be reserved exclusively. 

Alcoholic beverages are prohibited in any City of Daphne park and/or facility at all times. No pets are allowed at our athletic parks or playgrounds with the exception of our Daphne Dog Park at Al Trione Sports Complex.  

Park Hours

Park hours are from dawn until dusk (except for when otherwise noted for Al Trione Sports Complex, Daphne Sports Complex and W.O. Lott Park).

Al Trione Sports Complex

Al Trione Sports Complex


7600 Whispering Pines Road
  • Baseball Softball Fields (4)
  • Soccer Fields (4)
  • Football/Soccer Fields (2)
  • Restrooms
  • Concession Stands (3)
  • Dog Park
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Daphne Sports Complex 


7060 Park Drive
  • Baseball/Softball Fields (10)
  • Restrooms
  • Concession Stands (2)
Joe Louis Patrick Park

Joe Louis Patrick Park at Ruff Wilson Youth Center


1401 Johnson Road
  • Softball Fields (2)
  • Basketball Court (1)
  • Playground
  • Gazebo/Picnic Area
  • Restrooms
  • Concession Stand
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W.O. Lott Park


2000 Main Street
  • Tennis Courts (10)
  • Basketball Court (1)
  • Bocce Courts (3)
  • Pickleball Courts (6)
  • Playground
  • Picnic Area
  • Restrooms

Pardon our Progress!!

W.O. Lott Park

Please excuse our exciting progress as we work to bring new changing rooms/restrooms & office space to our tennis & pickleball facilities! Please remember to use caution in all construction areas.

CONSTRUCTION Tennis Bldg DIGITAL Feb2021

Daphne Sports Complex

We have 2 playgrounds under construction at our Daphne Sports Complex. Please be careful around the construction zones and adhere to the construction tape/barricades as these playgrounds are not yet safe for play.


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