Town of Grand Island Parks & Playgrounds Town properties with play units or memorial sites. These areas are open from dawn to dusk. All children must be supervised by an adult, parent or guardian.
Please obey playground rules for your safety!
Colonial/Driftwood - off Baseline Road at the intersection of Driftwood and Colonial Drives. It is a neighborhood play area that features a play unit and swingset. It is accessible to nature areas.
Ed Ball Park - at Love and Stony Point Roads is a play area that features a play unit, picnic table with shelter and neighborhood backstop for softball or baseball.
Fairview - on Fairview Court off of Fernwood Lane features a wooded area, a tot-lot with a play unit and easy access to the Beaver Island bike path.
Fisherman's Landing - Beautifully landscaped area with seating to enjoy the rivers view
Charles N. DeGlopper Memorial - this is a dedicated memorial located at the corner of Baseline Road & Grand Island Blvd joining the Grand Island plaza across from the Fire Hall
Havenwood Park - is off Long Road at Settlers Row. It is a neighborhood playground that features a newly installed gametime kids course play unit, swings, 2 tennis/pickleball courts, roller hockey pad, a large covered shelter and part of the linear bike bath that leads into Buckhorn State Park
Nike Base Park - at 3278 Whitehaven Road is the administration headquarters for the Department of Parks & Recreation. The Golden Age Center and Community Center are also located in the park. It is the Town’s second largest municipal park and features a play unit and swings, 6 tennis/pickleball courts, softball diamond, and nature trail.
Ransom Village - located at Tracey and Park Lanes off of Ransom Road, is a neighborhood play area that features a play unit, swings, picnic table with shelter and nature walk area.
Tower Park - playground is located in the duplex area at Carl & Blackmon Roads and features a tot play unit.
Veterans Park - 1717 Bedell Road is the Town’s largest municipal park and features the Grand Island Memorial Library, 8 baseball and 2 softball diamonds, various sized soccer fields, 1 football field, 1 lacrosse field, a 9 hole disc golf course, 2 basketball courts, 2 volleyball courts, 1 mile bike path, a play unit, nature trail, concession stand, memorial tree groves, maintenance/lavatory building, picnic areas and 2 new pavilions.
William Kaegebein Elementary School - off the Beaver Island Parkway features 2 tennis/pickleball courts and a basketball court.
Please respect the grounds and help keep our play areas free from litter!
Should you notice damage or need of maintenance or repair, please contact Parks Department at 716-773-9686 or email [email protected]