239 W Main St, Richmond, KY 40475 1 859 623 1000 Justice, Education, Industry

The Betty Miller Park is located at 325 Estill Avenue. The park is approximately a three acre tract of land which houses the Betty Miller Building. The Betty Miller Building is used to house the Teen Center. The building is available for reservations through the Richmond Parks & Recreation Department.

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Camp Catalpa Park is located on the East Side of Lake Reba. In the 1970's the land was designated as a bird sanctuary by meeting guidelines including: hunting is not allowed, trees are plentiful, and there is a water source.

Beginning in 2014, the Richmond Parks & Recreation Department has made the following improvements: updated bathrooms, removed the old metal shelter and installed a new large wooden shelter, installed new roofs on the bathroom and the small shelter, removed 10 acres of honeysuckle and invasive species/ overgrowth, expanded the 0.5 Mile Walking Trail to a 2 Mile Walking Loop, installed a new playground, and installed new signage. Throughout the project, we worked with the KY Department of Fish and Wildlife to ensure that anglers were able to have more opportunities to fish on the lake, which was an added benefit to the increased mileage of the trails. The disc golf course was expanded to an 18 hole course.

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This Neighborhood park consists of one acre and is located at the corner of Linden and Pine Street. The playground was installed in 1999. There are two separate play structures. One play structure is for ages 5 and under and the other is for ages 6-12. There is one full size basketball court and one half court. These basketball courts are lit. Dillingham Park also has a shelter which is available for reservation for $25.

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Million Park is a 10 acre tract of land with two entrances located at Stratford Drive and one at Langford Court. The park was renovated in 2000. It contains two picnic shelters, available for reservations, two playgrounds, two soccer fields, a 1/2 mile walking trail, and two tennis courts. One playground is designed for children ages 2-5 and the other is for ages 6 and up.

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The Irvine McDowell Park is a 20 acre tract of land located at 345 Lancaster Ave. This park includes two shelters, four softball fields, a playground, and the Richmond Parks and Recreation Department/ Irvinton House Museum.The softball fields are primarily used for the Richmond Girls Softball Association. The shelters are available for reservation.

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The Ann L. Durham Lake Reba Recreational Complex is a 600 acre tract of land which includes the Gibson Bay Golf Course and Lighted Driving Range, Baseball Fields, the Soccer Complex, the Adult Softball Complex, the Herb Vescio Horseshoe Complex, a 1.2 Mile Walking/Jogging Trail, Adventure Falls Miniature Golf & Batting Cage Complex, a 75 Acre Fishing Lake with a Fish Cleaning Station, six shelters and a large playground with an area for ages 5 and under, an area for ages 6 through 12, and a universal playground for individuals of all ability levels. This Recreation Complex can be accessed on Gibson Bay Drive or Catalpa Loop Road. The park is open at 8 A.M. and closes at dark.  

 

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There are many beautiful parks located in Madison County. Shelters, playgrounds, open fields, lakes and historical sites are all showcased in these parks.

Madison County Park System
Phone: 859-624-0013

Berea Parks & Recreation
Phone: 859-986-9402

Fort Boonesboro State Park
Phone: 859-527-3131
4375 Boonesboro Rd.

White Hall State Historic Site
Phone: 859-623-9178
500 White Hall Shrine Rd.

EC Million Park
Phone: 859-624-5935
169 Tates Creek Rd.

Wilgreen Lake
Phone: 859-623-1881
235 Taylor's Fork Rd.

Parks Department Contact Information

Physical Address
345 Lancaster Ave.
Richmond, KY 40475

Office Hours:
Monday - Friday
8:00am - 4:30pm
Phone: 859.623.8753
Fax: 859.624.0376

Information Hotline:
859.626.7784 or 859.623.5555

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