Parks and Recreation

Parks & Recreation

The Town maintains recreational areas which allow fishing, hiking, sports, skate boarding, picnicking, relaxing and many more activities. With acres of varying natural surroundings, the Mount Airy parks have been carefully planned and developed for your outdoor pleasures. Parks are open from dawn to dusk. Picnic pavilions and gazebos can be reserved at any time by calling the Mount Airy Town Hall at (301) 829-1424; reservations should be made early in the year.

The Board of Parks and Recreation normally meet every 3rd Thursday of the month at 7:30 p.m. in Town Hall, or according to the Town’s Calendar, which may vary for special occasions.

Town has determined a NEW priority system an Fee Structure for all Field and Court Reservations, except for the Pavilion and Gazebo reservations. Please fill out a Field Reservation Form below if you are interested.

Priority Tier for Field and Courts:

Priority Rank

 

Fee (per hour)*Max 4 hours

First Date to Submit Reservation Request

1.      Town of Mount Airy – Government $0 September Parks and Recreation Meeting
2.      Town of Mount Airy Non-Profit Sports Organization in Good Standing $0 October Parks and Recreation Meeting
3.      Town of Mount Airy Non-Profit Organization in Good Standing $0 January 1
4.      Town of Mount Airy Municipal Residents $10 January 1
5.      Town of Mount Airy For-Profit Individuals/Groups $20 January 1
6.      Out of Town Non-Profit Sports Organization in Good Standing $20 January 1
7.      Out of Town Non-Profit Organization in Good Standing $20 January 1
8.      Out of Town For-Profit      Individuals/Groups $40 January 1

Park Amenity Reservation Forms

Pavilion and Gazebo Rental Permit

Dog Park Registration Form

Skate Park Form

Field and Court Request Form – Sports Organizations

Please contact Town Hall at (301) 829-1424 with questions about Field Reservations.

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Parks

East-West Park – 1115 Prospect Road
Playground, ball fields, picnic, nature trails
20.5 acres

Prospect Park – 107 Prospect Road
Picnic Pavilion, street hockey, playground, basketball, fishing pond
Large pavilion with 14 picnic tables, grill and public drinking fountain
12 acres

Summit Ridge Park – 701 Buffalo Road
Playground with horse shoe pit and volleyball court
Football/baseball/softball and soccer field
27 acres

Twin Arch Crossing Soccer Field – 1903 Back Acre Circle
Regulation soccer field

Twin Ridge Baseball Field – 1017 Park Ridge Drive
Ball fields, soccer
8 acres

Vest Pocket Park – 317 North Main Street
Relaxation

Village Gate Tennis Courts – 802 Prospect Road
Playground, tennis courts, soccer field
18 acres

Village Gate Soccer Field – 106 Rising Ridge Road

Watkins Park – 615 Center Street
Skate park, pavilion, ball fields, playground, tennis, trail, gazebo
20 acres
Small gazebo

Wildwood Park – 400 Park Avenue
Walk, relax, play, nature
2.3 acres

Caboose Visitors Center 2 North Main Street
Historic B&O Train Caboose is open Saturday, Noon – 5:00 p.m. for Visitors.

Skateboard Park in Watkins Park– 615 Center Street
Open year round, weather permitting
This facility is supervised during all open hours
All skaters are required to wear a helmet with working straps
Phone: (301) 829-8373

SPECIAL 2017 WINTER HOURS: Skate Park will be open on the weekend only from 12p.m. – 5 p.m. through March 12, 2017 when the skate park is open Monday – Friday from 3:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m., Saturday from 12:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. and Sunday from 1:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

One Day Pass is $4.00

Yearly Passes are $80.00 for in-town residents and $100.00 for out-of-town residents.

Skateboards and Roller Blades / Roller Skates only

No Scooters or Bikes allowed

Bad behavior will not be tolerated

Skate Park Closed:

New Year’s Day

Martin Luther King’s Birthday

President’s Day

Easter

Mother’s Day

Memorial Day

Father’s Day

4th of July

Labor Day

Halloween

Thanksgiving

Christmas Eve

Christmas Day

New Year’s Eve