All of the parks and facilities listed below are owned and maintained by the Rutland City Recreation and Parks Department. If you are interested in holding an event in one of the facilities or parks please fill out a facility request form. 

Courcelle Building

 

16 North Street Extension 773-1822

Administration offices, Park & Maintenance operations, classrooms, home of Rutland Youth Theatre and Hands On Minds On art programs.

 

Giorgetti & Pine Hill Park

 

2 Oak Street Extension 775-7976

Baseball field, open space, indoor turf field (March-April only), ice-skatingFlip Side Skate Park and Pine Hill Trails for hiking, snowshoeing and mountain biking.

 

Rotary Park

85 Rotary Park Drive (North St. Entrance)

175 North Main Street (North Main Entrance)

Playground, basketball, tennis courts, and open space

 

River Street Mini-Park 

134 River Street

Playground equipment, tots area, and picnic table.

 

Main Street Park

5 South Main Street

Arboretum, Gazebo, and benches.

 

Baxter Street Park

67 Baxter Street

 

Godnick Adult Center

1 Deer St. 773-1853

Program/meeting rooms, exercise room, meal site, gazebo, shuffleboard courts and open space.

Click here for the Godnick Adult Center program, events, and schedule information.

 

White Memorial Park

21 Avenue B,  off of Jackson Ave. 

Swimming and wading pools, pool house, playground, baseball field, five tennis courts, and two basketball courts.

 

Monsignor Thomas Connor Memorial Park

41 Meadow Street

Two Basketball courts, three tennis courts, two softball fields (one with lights), open fields, picnic tables, gazebo, and playground equipment.

Justin Thomas Memorial Park

32 Madison Street

Gazebo, playground equipment, tots area, picnic tables.

 

Cioffredi Complex

99 Temple Street

Two softball fields, open space.

 

ALEXANDER KEEFE MEMORIAL PARK

63 Water Street

 

DEPOT PARK 

49 Evelyn Street

Home of Farmer’s Market and Downtown Christmas display.

 

CENTER ST. ALLEY 

Access via Merchant’s Row, Center St., Wales St. and Washington St.

Amphitheater and benches.