The City of Northport is planning its future as a regional entertainment and recreation destination.

As developed by TTL, master plans for two new outdoor activity centers – the Adventure Park Recreational Facility and the Warrior Sports and Recreation Complex – have been approved by the Northport City Council.

The improvements outlined in these plans will bring new amenities and enhanced benefits to the whole community. Prepared for locals and visitors alike, the features will provide new places for youth to play, students to learn, and residents to recreate.

“We are honored to have been chosen to help shape the future of Northport,” said TTL Vice President Franklin E. Summers III. “We worked diligently to bring the city’s vision closer to a reality with these master plans and can’t wait to see how they educate, entertain, and benefit children of all ages.”

And for those looking to take a stroll or gather with friends, these plans have something for them, too.

Details of the plans include:

Adventure Park Recreational Facility

  • Recreational trails for walking and hiking
  • Dedicated areas for extreme or casual mountain biking
  • Lodge for corporate and youth team building opportunities through a ropes course, zip lines, a manmade lake, and other amenities
  • Road and trail network capable of supporting seasonal activities
  • Pavilions with fire pits for lease or event usage

About TTL

Founded in 1964, TTL is an engineering design firm focused on delivering integrated infrastructure solutions for public and private clients. From site and corridor selection to due diligence, design, and construction services, TTL is your trusted partner providing single-sourced custom solutions for complex infrastructure development. With more than 400 team members across the Southern United States, TTL provides a wide range of services, including civil, transportation, and geotechnical engineering; environmental consulting and remediation; testing, inspection, and observation of construction materials; and surveying.