Rank out of the 100 largest U.S. cities.
Population according to 2017 Forecast Census block groups provided by Esri.
Acreage is worth a total of 40 possible points, with 20 possible points for Median Park Size and 20 possible points for Parkland as Percent of City Area.
A maximum of 40 points for total spending per resident.
A maximum of 40 points for an average of per-capita provision of six key amenities:
  • basketball hoops
  • dog parks
  • playgrounds
  • recreation and senior centers
  • restrooms
  • splashpads
A maximum of 40 points for percentage of the population living within a ten-minute (1/2 mile) walk of a public park.
Acreage, investment, amenities, and access scores combined for a maximum of 160 points.
The raw score is normalized to their ParkScore of up to 100 possible points.
An explanation goes here of the spending for this specific city.

City Profiles

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Park Facts

  • Park acreage: acres
  • People served per park acre:
  • Oldest municipal park: , est.
  • Largest municipal park: , acres
  • Most-visited municipal park:

City Stats

  • City area: acres
  • Median park size: acres
  • Park land as % of city area:
  • Spending per resident: $
  • Basketball Hoops per 10,000:
  • Dog Parks per 100,000 Residents:
  • Playgrounds per 10,000:
  • Recreation / Senior Centers
    per 20,000 Residents:
  • Restrooms per 10,000:
  • Splashpads per 100,000
    Residents:
  • Population density: per acre
Rank
Population
Acreage
Investment
Amenities
Access
Raw Score
ParkScore
- out of 100 - - MAX 40 - MAX 40 - MAX 40 - MAX 40 - MAX 160 - MAX 100
Median Park Size Basketball Hoops
per 10,000
Residents
Dog Parks
per 100,000
Residents
- MAX 20 - MAX 40 - MAX 40
Park Land as
% of City Area
Playgrounds
per 10,000
Residents
Recreation /
Senior Centers
per 20,000
Residents
- MAX 20 - MAX 40 - MAX 40
Restrooms
per 10,000
Residents
Splashpads
per 100,000
Residents
- MAX 40 - MAX 40

Access to parks by Age

Park access analyzed by age for Charlotte, NC

  • Population within a ten-minute walk of a public park

Access to parks by Income

Park access analyzed by the median income of Charlotte, NC

  • Population within a ten-minute walk of a public park
  • Low income: households earning less than 75% of the city median income
  • Medium income: households earning between 75%–125% of the city median income
  • High income: households earning more than 125% of the city median income