The Parks Department is responsible for maintaining parks and pools within the city. Responsibilities include mowing, trimming, keeping all areas clean and free of trash, playground maintenance, tree care, preparation of flower beds for planting in the spring, weed control, leaf removal in the fall, and sidewalk snow and ice removal in the winter.
Brandon Park, on the north end of Market Street, only a few blocks from Lycoming College, has grass areas, trees, children's play equipment, a Band Shell, a baseball field and six lighted tennis courts.
Memorial Park on West Fourth Street, is the Home of Bowman Field and the minor league Crosscutters baseball team.
Memorial Park has children's play equipment, picnic tables and 2 basketball courts. Six public tennis courts and the Elm Park Softball Field are located on the south side of West Fourth Street near Memorial Park. Elm Park is a city facility managed by the Williamsport Soft Ball Association. The Original Little League Field is across the street from Memorial park.
Young Woods is located in East End. It has a picnic pavillion, basketball court and children's playground area.
Newberry Park is located near Poplar Street in Williamsport's West End. It has a perimeter walking path, playground designed for children 2 to 5 and 6 to 12 years of age, a green area, where the spring Newberry Lions Fair is held, and a Bocce Court. Want to learn to play BOCCE?
Shaw Place in East End is on Sherman Street. Shaw Place has the longest park walking path, playground equipment, a softball field, soccer field, tennis courts and a hitting wall. East End Pool is located on the north end of Shaw Place Park.
Lose School Playground has a walking path, basketball court and play area. It is located on Memorial Avenue.
Susquehanna State Park, a 20 acre river front recreational area in Newberry off Arch Street, is home of the Hiawatha paddle wheeler.
The Transportation Museum and Park is located adjacent to the Williamsport Historic District and the Thomas T. Taber Museum on Nichols Place.
Veterans Memorial Park, in the extreme West End of the City, contains memorials of past United States and world conflicts. It is easily accessible from West Fourth Street.
These Monuments are found at Veterans Memorial Park
|Welcome to Veteran Memorial Park||Korean Conflict||Vietnam War||World War II|
|Torpedo World War II||Kosovo, Afgahanistan, Iraq||Global Monument|