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There are eight parks and over 850 acres of parkland maintained by the Parks & Recreation Department.  Pavilion reservations are available at no cost to Town residents, $50 for non-residents.  These following facilities offer amenities such as playgrounds, picnic pavilions, ball fields, swimming, ice skating, fishing, hiking, snowshoeing, cross country skiing, snowmobiling, horseback riding, and summer youth programs: 


PARK

AMENITIES

Bicentennial Park
4600 West Genesee Street (Camillus Municipal Building)

playground, ball fields

Camillus Park
Pool Road

playground, hiking trails, picnic pavilion

 

Erie Canal Park
5750 Devoe Road
Phone (315) 488-3409
website

Sims’ Museum, boat tours, hiking trails, bicycling, horseback riding, cross country skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling

Munro Park
First Street, Village of Camillus

playground, ball fields, picnic pavilion

Reed Webster Park
Warners Road

playground, ball fields, picnic pavilion

Shove Park
Shove Park Drive, 487-5085

playground, ball fields, picnic pavilion, ice arena, fishing

Veteran’s Memorial Park at Gillie Lake
Sands Road / Gillie Brook Road

Schoolhouse Museum, playground, hiking trail, swimming, picnic pavilions

Warners Park
Newport Road

playground, picnic pavilion

Scenic Hills Park
Carol Lane

playground, picnic pavilion



POPULAR PROGRAMS

Swimming
Swimming facilities are available at Veteran’s Memorial Park at Gillie Lake and West Genesee High School.  See the Parks & Recreation website for additional information.


Music in the Park
In mid-summer, the Parks & Recreation Department hosts a free concert each Wednesday evening from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at Bicentennial Park at the Camillus Municipal Building (weather permitting).  A new band performs each week and popcorn and lemonade are provided compliments of the Camillus Police Benevolent Association.  Ample lawn space is available; bring a blanket or lawn chair.  See the Parks & Recreation website for additional information.


Summer Daycamp
Supervised activities for children in grades K - 6, including games, crafts, and field trips, are conducted from late June to mid-August, Monday through Friday (holidays excluded) at East Hill Elementary School and Onondaga Road Elementary School.  Pre-registration with the Parks & Recreation Department is required.

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