Located at 650 General Courtney Hodges Boulevard

Rotary Centennial Park is home to Perry’s beautiful nature trail network along Big Indian Creek.

This tranquil green space park was created through a partnership with the local Perry Rotary Club and has a vast space and plenty of shade for a picnic or family fun.

Visitors have access to paved walking trails that wander through wetlands, botanical preserves, and along Big Indian Creek. The trail provides visitors with a quality nature experience and is accommodating to all users with any disabilities. Take a stroll, we promise you will not regret it!

The parking lot closes at 10:00 p.m. each day.

“Woodland Family” | Houston Arts Alliance

The Houston Arts Alliance donated a new sculpture to the people of Perry and Houston County at Rotary Centennial Park in February 2023.

Donnie Wright of Cochran, Georgia constructed the sculpture “Woodland Family”. The piece reflects a deer family consisting of a buck, a doe, and a fawn.

Mr. Wright also commissioned the horse sculpture on the Perry Events Center lawn through the efforts of the Perry Arts Center Advisory Board. With funding from the Houston Arts Alliance and an anonymous donor, Mr. Wright was recently commissioned to create a buck deer for Rotary Centennial Park. It was Mr. Wright’s idea to expand the piece to include a doe and a fawn to create the “Woodland Family”.