Location: Belview Road near Leesville High School
Lighted walking path, benches, workout stations, covered pavilion and playground equipment for children. This park has been adopted by the local Pilot Club, who continue to make improvements to it on a regular basis.
Location: Abe Allen Memorial Drive across from West Leesville Elementary School.
Walking path, covered benches and playground equipment for children. Also known as the Art Park, the site features several works of art that have been donated by local artists.
Jubilee Commemorative Park
Location: 1101 Nona Street across from Vernon Middle School.
Walking path, playground equipment, covered gazebos, benches, and parking. This park is sponsored by the Jubilee Park Committee. Each year the committee hosts multiple events that benefit the park.
Location: Kings Road
A covered pavilion, playground equipment, tennis, pickleball and basketball courts and a frisbee golf course, Play 9 holes of frisbee golf, then play it in reverse to create an 18-hole course. Thank you, Brooks Cowan, who built the course as an Eagle Scout project with the help of Boy Scout Troop 75. Bring your Frisbee and challenge yourself!
Location: Nolan Trace, next to the Vernon Parish Library
Liberty Garden was created as an initiative of the Keep America Beautiful program to establish a place of natural beauty that honors the memory of those who have perished in acts of terrorism and reaffirms the principles of freedom and liberty on which our country was built. Liberty Garden continues to grow through the efforts of the Leesville Mayor's Women's Commission and local Boy Scout Troop 75, who have conducted several Eagle Scout projects in the park such as the construction of a bench-lined deck and two bridges. The deck is used for social gatherings of all kinds including concerts and other community activities.