Town of Westville

Franklin County, New York 
    

PARKS


TOGETHER BUILDING A FUN, FIT COMMUNITY


Recreational Park -- located at Linda Lee Lane


The Town of Westville manages and maintains over 10 acres of parkland and open space for the benefit and enjoyment of its citizens and visitors alike. Please stop by and spend some time at our facility – we know you will enjoy the experience.


General Park Rules and Regulations

  • Park opens at 7:00 a.m. and closes at dusk
  • No motor vehicles are allowed in any area, other than parking lots
  • All pets must be leashed and cleaned up after
  • Alcohol is prohibited
  • Smoking is prohibited in accordance with the New York State Laws
  • Hunting is prohibited
  • Fishing is allowed, proper license required
  • Open fires are prohibited, except in designated areas


We need your help in keeping your Town Park safe and in good condition. Please use garbage receptacles located throughout the park to dispose of your trash. If you see damage to any part of the park, please call the Town Supervisor at (518) 483-3772.

RECREATION


The Youth Program was established in 1963 and has been run by numerous, dedicated volunteers for over the past 50 years.


The Westville Youth Program currently offers activities for ages 5 to 19. Residents are encouraged to be an active part of our program. 


Beginning in April every year, the Westville Youth Program holds registrations for T-Ball/Softball/Baseball for the Westville Youth.  The Program runs from April through June.  


In June, the Lion's Baseball Program kicks off and runs through the summer months.  Between April and August, the baseball fields can be found to be full of spectators, parents and children.  


The Soccer Program for the Town of Westville is still in its infancy stages and we are hoping to have a full program within the coming years.

  • A soccer field was added to the Recreational Park in 2006.
    A soccer field was added to the Recreational Park in 2006.
  • Brady Field was dedicated to Myron Brady for his 40 years of service to the Youth of Westville.
    Brady Field was dedicated to Myron Brady for his 40 years of service to the Youth of Westville.
  • Former Youth Director, Shane Brady, is recognized by the Westville Town Supervisor for 20 years of service.
    Former Youth Director, Shane Brady, is recognized by the Westville Town Supervisor for 20 years of service.
  • The newest addition to the Recreational Park!
    The newest addition to the Recreational Park!
  • The bleachers get a face lift!
    The bleachers get a face lift!

Historical Landmark -- located at the Corner of the Jewitt Road (County Route 19) and County Route 21. 

Memorial Park -- located at the corner of State Route 37 and County Route 20

On June 7, 2003, the Town Historian, Jean Goddard read the Memorial Park Dedication.  

To read her speech click on the button below.  

  • Photo taken/submitted by Dianne & Glenn Stark
    Photo taken/submitted by Dianne & Glenn Stark
  • Photo taken/submitted by Dianne & Glenn Stark
    Photo taken/submitted by Dianne & Glenn Stark
Photo taken/submitted by Dianne & Glenn Stark
Photo taken/submitted by Dianne & Glenn Stark

SERVICES


The Recreational Park in Westville currently hosts: a playground; two baseball fields; a soccer field; bathroom facilities; and a pavilion. With the assistance of numerous volunteers, the Park has developed into a thriving part of our Town.


During the summer months, our Town hosts the Summer Lunch Program at Pine Ridge Campsite. Any child between the ages of 1 and 18 can receive a free lunch between the hours of 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.