G. William Noble Recreation Complex

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The G. William Noble Recreation Complex (also called Noble Park, formerly known as Moncrief Park) is a public recreational park operated by the city of Gardendale just off Moncrief Road on the north side of the city. It is named in honor of William Noble who was mayor of Gardendale from 1972 to 1996.

The park has 6 baseball fields, 8 tennis courts, a football field, and 3 playgrounds as well as picnic and party facilities. The recreation complex hosts Gardendale's youth baseball and football programs. The football field is only 80 yards long due to the geography of the land on which it is situated.

The Pee Wee field was renamed "Hogeland Field" on April 5, 2013 in honor of Stan Hogeland after he had served on the Gardendale Parks and Recreation Department for 37 years.