Parks

The Rutland area is home to dozens of official parks to enjoy the outdoors, along with many swimming holes, open spaces, mountains for hiking and more!

Here is a list of some of the community facilities available and waiting for you to come play outside!

  • Five playgrounds
  • Ten public parks (two with gazebos)
  • 16 miles of wooded trails (Pine Hill Park)
  • Five outdoor basketball courts
  • Four softball fields
  • Ten outdoor tennis courts
  • Three baseball fields
  • Picnic Table(s) and/or Benches in parks
  • Tennis hitting wall
  • Seasonal ice arena(Giorgetti Arena)
  • Seasonal indoor turf facility
  • Season skateboard park (Flip Side)
  • Open outdoor field space
  • Adult center (Godnick Center)
  • Community programming space (Courcelle Building home of Hands On Minds On & Rutland Youth Theatre)

For More Information Visit the Rutland Recreation & Parks Department

  • Northwood Park
  • Main St. Park
  • Giorgetti Park
  • Pine Hill Park 
  • Dewey Field DelBianco Park
  • Flip Side Skateboard Park
  • Hands On Minds On Children’s Art Studio
  • White Memorial Park Ave B off Jackson Av.
  • Monsignor Thomas Connor Memorial Park on Meadow St.
  • Rotary Park off North St.
  • River St. Mini Park
  • Rutland Youth Theatre
  • Justin Thomas Memorial Park on Madison St.
  • Ciofreddi Complex on Temple St
  • Depot Park on Merchants Row
  • Alexander Keefe Memorial Park on Water St.
  • Center St. Alley
  • Godnick Adult Center
  • Giffords Woods State Park
  • Vermont State Fairgrounds
  • Aiken State Forest
  • Hubbardton Battlefield
  • Proctor Town Forest
  • West Rutland Recreation on Fairview Ave.
  • Mineral Springs Park in Middletown Springs