Recreation and Parks


Recreation Information
Parks Information
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Town of Perinton
Commissioner of Recreation and Parks
Jeffrey D. Myers, CPRP
 
Phone: 585-223-5050
 
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Administrative offices are located at 1350 Turk Hill Rd., Fairport, NY 14450. The Perinton Community Center hours are Monday-Friday 6 a.m.-10 p.m., Saturday 7 a.m.-10 p.m., and Sunday 9 a.m.-6 p.m. For more information call 223-5050 or the 24-hour recorded program information line at 425-1170.

The Department offers a variety of recreational programs for all ages including arts and crafts, athletics, leagues, fitness, cultural, dance, and social skills activities. Programs are designed to meet the needs and desires of Perinton residents. Park facilities are located throughout the town.

Parks include:
Ayrault Boat Launch- located on Ayrault Rd. adjacent to the Erie Canal. Launch is open to the public during the canal boating season. Hours of operation are 8 a.m.-10 p.m.

Beechwoods
-4 Squirrels Heath; 22.8 acres. A passive greenbelt of beech, birch and maple trees. Development of hiking and nature trails continues in this wildlife area. Designated parking areas on Squirrels Heath and High St. Ext. in addition to many walkways for access.

Center Park
-1100 Ayrault Road; 120 acres. Park features an amphitheater which showcases performances at "Center Stage at Center Park" throughout the summer. Park also has a pavilion with restrooms and a picnic shelter, children's play apparatus, six soccer fields, and many trails including a connection to the Rochester, Syracuse and Eastern Trail, which bisects the park. The property includes the location of the Perinton Town Hall and Community Center.

Egypt Park -7 Victor Road; 16.3 acres. Park includes two tennis courts, softball field, picnic tables, grills, picnic shelter, restrooms, children's play apparatus and horseshoe court.  Trail connection to to Lollypop Farm and the Rochester, Syracuse and Eastern Trail.

Fellows Road Park- 499 Fellows Road; 33.5 acres
Park includes a community building, multi-purpose paved area, two picnic shelters, picnic tables and grills, restrooms, three softball fields, one soccer field, shuffleboard, handball, two volleyball courts and basketball courts, four lighted tennis courts, a jogging/fitness trail and separate tot and children's play apparatus. 

Garnsey Arboretum -500 Garnsey Road; 26.4 acres. The arboretum is a passive greenbelt where flowering shrubs and flowering trees are planted as well as many other plant species of interest. Informal walking trails pass through the wooded northern area of the park.

Horizon Hill Conservation Area -151 Garnsey Road; 73 acres. A natural area which includes a scenic section of the Crescent trail and a small parking area.

Indian Hill-7025 Pittsford-Palmyra Road; 35 acres. Features a scenic area of hiking trails boasting panoramic views of the surrounding areas from the top of the hill, a scenic section of the Crescent Trail and a small parking area.

Kreag Road Park-555 Kreag Road; 9 acres. Park includes two lighted tennis courts, two softball fields, basketball, shuffleboard, volleyball, picnic shelter, picnic tables and grills, restrooms and children's play apparatus. The park is adjacent to the canal and on the route of the Crescent Trail.

Perinton Community/Aquatic Center-1350 Turk Hill Road. The Perinton Community Center features an aquatics center,  gymnasium with elevated track, aerobics and fitness rooms, senior citizens lounge and activity room, craft rooms, pre-school program rooms, community meeting rooms, and locker rooms The 22,000 sq. ft. aquatic center features include a 25 yard lap pool, leisure pool and whirlpool. The Recreation and Parks Department administrative offices are also housed in the Community Center.

Perinton Park-99 O'Connor Road; 43.6 acres. Park includes a community building, six lighted tennis courts, picnic shelter, picnic tables and grills, restrooms, children's play apparatus, volleyball and basketball courts. Located on the Erie Canal, the park also has a canoe launch, fishing docks, boat dock and is on the route of the State Erie Canal Heritage Trail and Townwide Bike Route.

Potter Park-Potter Place; 10 acres. Park includes restrooms, two lighted tennis courts, children's play apparatus, basketball and shuffleboard courts, soccer

White Brook Nature Area- 250 Aldrich Road; 157.3 acres
A diverse natural site combining freshwater wetlands, upland meadow, wooded wetlands, ponds and a brook. Park includes the Crescent Trail System, frontage on the Erie Canal, community building and picnic shelter. There is also a small patio overlooking the woods in the back of the building.