County Parks & Facilities
This 28-acre reclaimed fly ash site features 4 soccer fields and restrooms. The park is used to support the County's soccer program and is the host site for select soccer and adult league matches. Two ponds also exist on the site. Also on this site is the County's Memorial Tree Grove. This grove provides an opportunity for friends, relatives, and organizations to commemorate deceased citizens of York County.
This 10-acre facility, located on Route 238 in Lackey, is home to the Park’s Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Center. This facility is available for reservation and includes a large meeting room and kitchenette equipped with a refrigerator, sink, and microwaves. The park also features a new playground area, basketball courts and a baseball field.
This 21-acre park opened to the public in 1999. The baseball fields have grass infields and vamont bermuda outfields. The regulation soccer field is vamont bermuda and irrigated. The park is primarily used for the County's Little League Baseball program in the spring, summer, and fall and is used for youth soccer in the spring and fall. The park is located in the Kiln Creek Subdivision.
Located close to historic Williamsburg, this 545-acre park offers a wide variety of recreational activities and special programs for individuals, families and groups throughout the year. Amenities include miles of hiking and mountain bike trails, a campfire circle, 4 picnic shelters for group rental, 11 other smaller shelters, an 18-hole championship disc golf course, playgrounds, restroom facilities, softball field, 2 basketball half courts, sand volleyball, and much more! Fishing is available from a floating pier and easy access for kayaking and canoeing is available from a scenic launch site.