Parks and Recreation
The Town of Easton is currently removing the existing skatepark on Idlewild Avenue due to the expiration of the lease for that property.
The Town of Easton is considering the relocation of a skateboard park onto property owned by the Town of Easton but no decisions have yet been made.
If you have any suggestions related to a relocated skatepark, please email them to Lorraine Gould, Director of Parks and Recreation at email@example.com.
One of the most critical components in maintaining and enhancing a community's quality of life is it's system of parks, recreation, and open space. The careful location of parks and open space areas and preservation of the Town's natural resources as a complement to existing development can be a useful tool in guiding the Town's development into a logical, orderly and environmentally sensitive pattern. In addition to recreational and aesthetic benefits, open spaces provide a framework for various land uses. Properly located, they become boundaries and buffers between conflicting uses of land and a nucleus for building neighborhood areas. Natural features can be preserved as valuable scenic and environmental attributes of the Town. A park system and recreational program can also go a long way toward resolving the age-old problem of a community offering nothing for young people to do.
Parks within the Town of Easton are categorized as either Mini-Parks, Neighborhood Parks, Community Parks, or Special-Use Parks.
For Additional information please contact Parks and Recreation at 410-822-2525.
The Park Board meets regularly at the Town Hall
Click here for a copy of the latest minutes
Please remember to follow all posted park rules.Pets are only permitted on the Rails-to-Trails paths, and in the RTC park.
Pet owners are reminded to pick up after their pets as a courtesy to all park visitors.