Pfeiffer Park, despite being the smallest of Montgomery’s parks, is one of the most visible parks given its location on the corner of Pfeiffer and Montgomery Roads. This park’s beauty, with blossoming trees, iconic statue and sprinkling fountain surrounded by flowers, sets the expectation for landscape beauty that Montgomery has come to be known for throughout the region.

The brick paver sidewalk and paths are used by runners and walkers of all ages so the benches, gazebo and water fountain are a nice shady respite for those pausing to catch their breath on their way around town. The tennis courts have a backboard allowing for use by single players but also, the two courts are popular for doubles given the shade and easy access. The tot-lot with nearby bench seating is a draw for families to enjoy some time together outdoors.

The bronze cycling sculpture by Gary Price is titled “Family Outing.” It depicts three people – a father and his two daughters – smiling and riding bikes. One girl’s hair is flying in the wind. Everybody’s having a good time. The models for this work of art were Tony Grieb and his girls, Sally and Tonya. Tony is the son of Willie Grieb. The founder of Montgomery Cyclery, Willie donated the sculpture to the city since he started his business here. This sculpture is a well-known icon of the City of Montgomery.

Pfeiffer Park

Pfeiffer Park

10391 Montgomery Road
2.6 acres