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Veterans Park (formerly Mid County Park)

Features

  1. Athletics
  2. Biking
  3. Picnic Areas
  4. Playground
  5. Restrooms
  6. Walking Trails
Due to the impacts of COVID-19 and social distancing guidelines, some park amenities remain closed until further notice. For the complete list, see P&R amenity opening and closings.
The eight pickle ball courts are open and are available 7 a.m. to sunset daily. To ensure we can continue to offer this physical fitness and recreational opportunity, please follow social distancing guidelines.


Pickleball CourtsAbout Veterans Park


Veterans Park, formerly Mid County Park, is home to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial monument donated by local resident David Hooker in 1993 to honor residents who gave their lives in the Vietnam War. The 19-acre park is also home to Kidsburg, a 30,000-square-foot lighted playground that features separate play areas for children ages 2-5 and 5-12, a ship replica, swing areas and a zip line. Other park amenities include an indoor multipurpose room, 0.6-mile paved ADA accessible multiuse trail, sand volleyball courts, lighted basketball courts and pickleball courts, Wi-Fi connectivity and lots of open space.

Shelter & Court Rentals


Visit our Park Fees page for more information about reserving shelter, court or meeting space. 

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Tents, Inflatables, Generators and Other


Single, free standing tents, up to 16’x16’, are permitted in open space within the park, but not permitted within 100’ of picnic shelters, the playground, sports courts, parking lot, pedestrian paths or on the patio. Tents must be anchored per manufacturer’s recommendations, with tie downs marked in a noticeable manner and may not be combined with other tents. Use of tents larger than 16’x16’, inflatables, generators, petting zoos or any amusement attraction, towable smoker/grill or fryers, or other large equipment will require a Special Park Use Permit and additional fees, and approval will be based on date, size, scope of the event and any conflicts the event may have on public usage of the park.