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James City County / Williamsburg VA /York County Parks

Williamsburg VA has a wealth of parks in the area to enjoy. Each locality ( City of Williamsburg, York County, James City County )maintain their own Parks Department. Here is a combined list of the most popular parks of each.

Brickyard Landing  James City County operates a public boat ramp and tending pier providing access to the Chickahominy River from the upper end of the County. More>>>

Chickahominy Riverfront Park  Come enjoy this 140-acre outdoor facility located on the Chickahominy River.  This site has an area for every member of your family. More>>>

Diascund Reservoir  This reservoir, provided and operated jointly by Newport News, James City County, and the Division of Game and Inland Fisheries is open to the general public for boating access and fishing. More>>>

Freedom Park  This 676-acre park currently includes an entrance road an open meadow, ample parking, and mountain biking an hiking trails. More>>>

Greensprings Greenway Interpretative Trail This three-mile soft surface hiking trail incorporates an interpretive program that educates trail users by linking historical events with natural features.  Trail signs provide hikers with an opportunity to retrace the footsteps of Native Americans and early colonists…. More>>>

James City County Stadium Warhill Sports Complex  The Williamsburg Indoor Sports Complex, also known as WISC, is a $5 million, 75,000-square foot facility that serves over 5,000 users weekly. More >>>

Little Creek Reservoir Park  This reservoir park is a fisherman’s paradise and has what your family needs for a fun day. This scenic park overlooks a 996-acre reservoir. Year round fishing, boating, and picnicking are available. More>>>

Mid-County Park – Home of Kidsburg  This 19-acre outdoor facility and home to Kidsburg has an area for every member of your family. For the adults, enjoy our lighted softball and baseball fields; our tennis, basketball, and sand volleyball courts. More>>>

Powhatan Creek Park  This facility is part of the Chesapeake Gateways Network and provides access to Jamestown Island and the James River.  Powhatan Creek is listed on the Natural Resources Inventory. Scenic views of saltwater marshes and an abundance of wildlife highlight trips on this beautiful waterway. More>>>

Skate Park  The James City County Skate Park is 10,000 square feet of concrete jumps and ramps.  Only skateboards and in-line skates are permitted in the park.  We recommend children under 12 years of age be accompanied by an adult.  Helmets and protective are recommended for your protection.  More>>>

Upper County Park  This 56-acre park has a 25m outdoor pool, playground, volleyball court, basketball court and picnic shelters, one which seats approximately 100 people and two that seat approximately 50 people each. More>>>

Waller Mill Dog Park  The Waller Mill Dog Park is a joint venture between James City Count and the City of Williamsburg. The dog park, which is located at Waller Mill Park on Airport Road, is approximately 1½ acres. More>>>

Warhill Sports Complex  In the spring of 2000, three baseball and four soccer fields were completed for play. When the entire complex is completed, it will have five baseball, four softball, and nine soccer fields; playground and picnic areas, and the complex will be encircled by a network of multiuse trails. More>>>

York River State Park  Eleven miles west of Williamsburg, York River State Park offers visitors an opportunity to experience the environment of a coastal estuary. This park is known for its rare and delicate environment, where freshwater and saltwater meet to create a habitat rich in marine and plant life. The main focus of the park is to preserve a portion of York River frontage and its related marshes while providing an area for passive day-use recreation for visitors. York River State Park served as a role model for all of Virginia’s state parks in developing resource management plans. The park’s natural resources make it a significant place for environmental education at all levels.

  • College Landing Park Located on South Henry Street, this passive park provides a lookout tower and a marsh walkway.
  • Kiwanis Municipal Park   is located on Longhill Road adjacent to James Blair Middle School. This 27-acre park provides two lighted ball fields for the Recreation Department’s youth coach pitch, slow pitch and fast pitch softball programs.
    Offers a playground area for the youngsters. A shelter with picnic tables makes this a nice facility for a large groups. Seven lighted all-weather tennis courts aret are available to the public on a first-come, first-served basis, except when leagues or lessons are scheduled.
  • Quarterpath Park  Quarterpath Park is located on Quarterpath Road, off Route 60 East. This 23-acre facility includes three lighted softball fields; a 25-meter, 6- lane, z-shaped outdoor swimming pool; three all-weather tennis courts; two sand volleyball courts; playground equipment; and a picnic shelter that will accommodate approximately 75 people.

  • Redoubt Park  located on Quarterpath Road, was dedicated on May 5, 2007 to celebrate the 145th Anniversary of the Battle of Williamsburg. The two redoubts, #1 and #2, preserved in Redoubt Park, were built by soldiers and slaves to guard Quarterpath Road and the right flank of the Williamsburg Line overlooking Tutters’ Mill Pond. These fortifications remain a stark tribute to those who served, defining America’s future.
  • Waller Mill Park   located on Airport Road (Rt. 645) between I-64 and Rt. 60 wallermilllake West, is the City’s 2705-acre park situated around its reservoir that was opened to the public in July 1972. The 286-acre lake is open for fishing, boating, pedal boating, canoeing and kayaking with a tunnel connecting the upper and lower sections of the lake. Numerous picnic tables, four shelters, play fields, and playground equipment are nestled among the trees providing a scenic picnic area.
  • Hiking trails provide an interesting, picturesque walk with water and wooded views. A two-mile asphalt bike trail offers a scenic connection between Mooretown and Rochambeau Roads. A short hike from the park along the asphalt bike trail will bring you to the Lookout Tower, which offers a panoramic view of the water and woodlands.

  • New Quarter Park/ York County
    Over  545 acres of mature forests, meadows, ravines and tidal wetlands, New Quarter Park has 10 picnic shelters, 8 hiking trails with scenic overlooks, Many miles of mountain bike trails, routes for family biking, an 18-hole disc golf course, basketball and sand volleyball courts, a softball field, horseshoe pits, a large playground and access to the waterways for canoes, kayaks and fishing.
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