Parks and Recreation
Phone: (859) 623-8753
Fax: (859) 623-0376
(859) 626-7784 or (859) 623-5555
Richmond Parks and Recreation
321 North Second Street
Richmond, KY 40475
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Parks and Recreation
Lake Reba Recreation Complex is a 600 acre tract of land which includes the Gibson Bay Golf Course and Lighted Driving Range, Baseball Fields, the Soccer Complex, the Adult Softball Complex, the Herb Vescio Horseshoe Complex, a 1.2 Mile Walking/Jogging Trail, Adventure Falls Miniature Golf & Batting Cage Complex, a 75 Acre Fishing Lake with a Fish Cleaning Station, six shelters and a large playground with an area for ages 5 and under, an area for ages 6 through 12, and a universal playground for individuals of all ability levels. This Recreation Complex can be accessed on Gibson Bay Drive or Catalpa Loop Road. The park is open at 7 A.M. and closes at dark.
Little League Baseball Complex
Adult Softball Complex
Paradise Cove Aquatic Center
Judy Rains Memorial Dog Park
(off leash area for large and small dogs.)
Football Field Walking/ Jogging Trail
Herb Vescio Horseshoe Pits
Fishing Lake with Boat Ramp & Fish Cleaning Station
(Purchase fishing license here)
Adventure Falls Miniature Golf & Batting Cage Complex
Gibson Bay Golf Course and Lighted Driving Range
345 Lancaster Ave.
The Irvine McDowell Park is a 20 acre tract of land located at 345 Lancaster Ave. This park includes two shelters, four softball fields, a playground, and the Richmond Tourism Department/ Irvinton House Museum.The softball fields are primarily used for the Richmond Girls Softball Association. The shelters are available for reservation.
Gazebo- $25 - 4 Picnic Tables, 1 grill Large Shelter- $50 - 6 Picnic Tables 1 grill
For more information about Shelter Reservations please contact (859)623-8753
For more information about Richmond TourismContact: (859) 626-8474
For more information about the Irvinton House Museum Contact: (859) 626-1422
Take Exit 90A to 25 S. (Right @ 2nd stop light)
At the first stop light,take a right onto Lancaster Ave.
The Irvine McDowell Park is on the Left.
Take a right off of exit 87
Go through 4 stop lights
At the 5th stop light take a left onto Lancaster Ave
Go through two stop lights. The Irvine McDowell Park is on the right
240 Stratford Drive and Langford Ct.
Million Park is a 10 acre tract of land with two entrances located at Stratford Drive and one at Langford Court. The park was renovated in 2000. It contains two picnic shelters, available for reservations, two playgrounds, two soccer fields, a 1/2 mile walking trail, and two tennis courts. One playground is designed for children ages 2-5 and the other is for ages 6 and up.
Large Shelter- $50 - 6 picnic tables, 1 grill Small Shelter- $25 - 2 picnic tables, 1 grill
Playgrounds- Ages 2-5 and Ages 6-12
There is another E.C. Million Park, located off of Tates Creek Road, which is privately funded and not run through the city. This park focuses on nature observation and meditation. It is a passive recreation park. For more information about this park, please contact (859) 624-5935.
For more information about Shelter Reservations, please contact (859) 623-8753
To the Langford Court Entrance:
Take Main Street to Parrish Ave.
Go to the end of the street. Take a right onto Langford Court. Million Park is at the end of the cul-de-sac.
To the Stratford Dr. Entrance:
Take Barnes Mill Rd to Stratford Dr. Million Park is at the end of the street.