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York Parks and Recreation Department offers a variety of parks and facilities throughout the City of York. Some parks and facilities may be reserved for private events. For rental information, please contact the York Parks and Recreation Department at 803-684-3742.
Parks and facilities are maintained by the York Parks and Recreation Department. If you see that a park or facility needs attention, please call 803-684-3742.
City Park - Raille St. between Blackburn St. and E. Madison St.
Trail head for 1 mile paved bicycle trail connecting York Recreation Complex
Green Street Park - Green St. off of Hwy 321 South
Basketball court, benches
Jefferson Field - Pinckney St. off of Hwy 321 South
Large grassy field with playground (Property of York School Dist. 1)
Lincoln Park - Lincoln Rd. behind York Cnty. Sheriff's Dept. Training Center
Playground, picnic shelter, grill, benches, basketball court, tennis court
Magnolia Street Park - Magnolia St. off of W. Madison St.
Basketball court, benches, grill
McCelvey Field - E. Jefferson St. behind McCelvey Center (Property of York Cnty. Cultural and Heritage Commission)
Large grassy field
Moore Park - Corner of Kings Mountain St. and N. Congress St.
Passive park with gazebo, benches, picnic tables, grill
New Street Park - New St. off of S. Congress St.
Basketball courts, benches
Wooded Valley Park - Galilean Rd. off of S. Congress St.
Playground, benches, grill
York Recreation Center - 21 White Rose Ln.
Gymnasium, meeting room, game room, lighted ball field with concessions/restrooms, swing set, ample parking
York Recreation Complex - 74 Fourth St.
5 lighted ball fields with Bermuda grass, concessions/restrooms/ scoring tower, lighted walking trails, 3 picnic shelters, playground, 18 championship horseshoe courts, ample seating/parking
Paved Bicycle Trail
1 mile paved trail from Raille Street (City Park) to Fourth Street (York Recreation Complex)