Definitions: For clarity, the following categories apply to groups utilizing pavilions and other designated facilities for a fee:
PUBLIC/SERVICE GROUPS shall be defined as governmental, educational, non-profit, civic, social, religious, service, recreational or bipartisan groups that do not charge a fee; or if a fee is charged, it is nominal and covers only equipment expenses.
- PRIVATE GROUPS shall be defined as commercial or self-interest groups with a limited, organized membership and whose primary function does not include providing service for the benefit of the general public.
Reservations may be made by contacting the Parks Office. Payment is due at time of reservation. In addition to cash and checks, payments for Park services can also be made over the phone or in person using a Visa® or MasterCard® credit card.
Reservations are made on a first come, first served basis.
The Department may arrange a payment plan for groups using facilities for extended periods (i.e. six or more days.)
Groups making multiple reservations for Park facilities (5 or more dates) are eligible for a 15% discount provided full payment is made in advance.
All open-air facilities with water are winterized (shut down for water service) from October 15 to April 15.
In order for us to properly clean pavilions and indoor facilities, we require that reservations begin no earlier than 9 AM.
Hard-surface courts and open field areas (excluding campgrounds, ball fields and open-air pavilions) are available on a first come, first served basis to the general public if no reservation has been made.
Do not tack, screw or staple into pavilion walls, beams or ceilings.
Picnic tables, chairs and tables need to be returned to their original position at the completion of your use.
Failure to comply with the above rules may result in the loss of security deposits and/or the assessment of additional fees.