Churchville Park is expansive and hosts a nice playground by a lodge. Explore the park further and you will find hiking trails with boardwalks and views of Black Creek.
629 Kendall Rd, Churchville, NY 14428
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This playground is located by Pinetree Lodge and is far from the road so kiddos can run around without worry. It has a big climber with some fun climbing features. There is also a younger kiddo climber, swings and cool cars to drive. Check out the trails when you are here!
Pinetree Lodge is the venue nearest the playground pictured above. Prices vary from $130-$260 depending on day. This is a small lodge with a max capacity of 45 people. There is a grill outside and a stove inside as well as public restrooms.
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There are some nice trails here to walk your dog and explore. The trails will lead you to views of Black Creek.
The Churchville Dam can be seen from the road just minutes from Churchville Park. Be sure to drive by or even park in the small lot near Lighthouse Kayak & Canoe Rental for a closer look. During holidays, you may see the dam lit up with festive colors. A 15 minute light show displays each night starting at approximately 9:30 p.m.
The Ice Skating
Churchville park offers ice skating on a rink located by the Church Lodge off Main Street. For more details, Check the MAP.
- For rink conditions call 585-753-PARK (7275) during the week between 8:30am and 4:30pm, or 585-753-7270 on weekends between 10am and 4pm
- Groomed natural-ice surfaces are in Churchville, Ellison, and Highland Parks.
- Ice skating is not permitted elsewhere in the Monroe County Parks.
- When ice conditions allow, the skating hours in Churchville are as follows:
- Monday through Sunday: 10am-10pm (open skating)
- Equipment is not available for rent in any park.
- Warming huts are available nearby the rinks at Churchville and Highland Parks.
- Ice conditions will vary depending on weather.
- Skating is done at your own risk.
Fishing is allowed in Churchville Park as long as those fishing are following NYS Department of Environmental Conservation guidelines and rules and have the required licenses.