Located on upper Main
Street near Summers Street in the Village. The park is used for
baseball, soccer and basketball in the summer. There is a covered
pavilion for family picnics and reservations are encouraged. The
park is open daylight hours. Alcoholic beverages are prohibited
during youth activities at Bowen Park. For Pavilion reservations,
please call Margaret Downey at 585-346-3223. Carry in/Carry out.
Located at the western
entrance to our Village, off Big Tree Street, west of Kevin Dougherty
Funeral Home. This park contains a large play area for children
and a large covered pavilion that can be used for family, church
and organizational gatherings. This park is open dawn to dusk.
Alcoholic beverages are permitted, and the park contains a sewage
dump station for Recreational Vehicles. To reserve the Doug Welch
Pavilion, please contact Margaret Downey at 585-346-3223. Carry
Located off Route 15A
at the north end of Hemlock Lake (on the grounds near the City
of Rochester watershed). Features picnic facilities, gazebo, and
children's play area. (Fishing is allowed, but no swimming and
no dogs in the water.) Pavilion
may not be reserved ahead of time but may be used on a first come,
first served basis. Carry in/Carry out. Household
pets are allowed if on a leash not longer than 6' or in a carrier.
Pet owners must clean up after their pets and have valid proof
of rabies vaccination with them.
Located off Route 20A
in Lakeville. Featuring picnic tables, gazebo, playground, fishing
access to Conesus Lake and free Summer Sunday Night Concerts.
See the News Section on the main page for the 2015 Summer Concert Schedule.
The park also includes a Veteran's Memorial Garden. See below for the form for purchasing memorial pavers.
No swimming is allowed.
No smoking is allowed. No bicycles in the park. Pets are allowed
on a 6 foot leash. Proof of rabies vaccination is required, and
owners must clean up after their pets. Bags and a pet waste receptacle
are provided. The park is carry in/carry out.
Click Here for a complete
list of Vitale Park Rules updated 3/19/2015.
To rent the gazebo
or a pavilion at the park, please contact Shirlee Holler at 346-3898
Monday through Friday between the hours of 10 AM and 6 PM, Saturdays
10 AM to 5 PM. Please respect these hours, as this is her home
The Chip Holt
Nature Center is available for use, free of charge, to non-profit
organizations whose function aligns with the missions of both the Chip
Holt Nature Center and Cornell Cooperative Extension of Livingston
County. Non-profit organizations must be able to provide a certificate
of insurance. Please contact Marl Wittmeyer at 585-931-5420 or
email@example.com for more information or to make a reservation. Please
note that the Chip Holt Nature Center is not available for weddings or
Learn all about the
Chip Holt Nature Center at Vitale Park by visiting their web site
to view the Vitale Park brochure
here for a financial sponsor/volunteer form (includes
information on how to purchse a military or non-military memorial
L. Vosler Veterans Memorial Park
Located at the corner
of Big Tree Street and Main Street in the Village of Livonia (across
from West's Shurfine), Vosler park is a small "pocket park" in
honor Livonia native and Congressional Medal of Honor recipient
Forrest "Woody" L Vosler and all the men and women who have served
or are serving our country. This quiet setting offers people a
place to site and recall the sacrifices that our armed forces
Woody was raised on
Linden Street in the Village of Livonia and graduated from Livonia
High School in 1941. He enlisted in the Army Air Corp and as a
result of his heroism, as part of a B-17 crew, was awarded the
Medal of Honor.
The park was created
by the Village through the contributions of hundreds of individuals
and organizations. Flowers, commemorative pavers and park benches encirlce
the memorial and provide a place to rest and reflect.
For information on
how you can purchase a paver or make a memorial contribution,
please contact the Village office at 585-346-3100.
For more information
about Forrest Vosler, please visit www.homeofheroes.com.