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The Town of Rotterdam has eight (8) town-owned neighborhood parks situated throughout the Town. The parks system includes a variety of play equipment for younger children to enjoy under adult supervision. Each park has a play structure along with new picnic tables and benches. Many of our parks are also equipped with full or half court basketball courts, tennis courts and volleyball courts for youth and adult use. In addition to the playground equipment and facilities, some of our parks are equipped with playing fields which are "home" to Rotterdam Little League baseball, Carman Little League baseball, Rotterdam Babe Ruth and Rotterdam Girls Softball and the Rotterdam Challenger League.
A Special THANK YOU!
To the following Rotterdam Businesses who contributed to the improvement of our Town Parks. Your generous donation towards bleachers, benches and picnic tables will surely enhance our parks for many years to come.
If you or your business would like to make a donation to honor an individual or your organization, please call the Rotterdam Town Hall at (518) 355-7575
Proceed on Palmer Street off of Highbridge Road, left onto East Palmer Avenue, next left onto Boxwood Drive. Boxwood Park has a full basketball court, pavilion and new playground equipment.
Erie Canal Lock Parks:
Lock 8 Park - Rice Road, Rotterdam - Website
Eunice O. Esposito Park (Formerly Ft. Hunter Park):
From Curry Road (near St. Gabriel's Church), turn onto Fayette Drive. The entrance to the park will be on your left. The Eunice O. Esposito Park has received major renovations to provide for a safe environment and a more user friendly park. The park has an expanded parking lot, two tennis courts, new playground equipment, a pavilion, full court basketball court, bocce ball courts that are handicap accessible. This park is also the "home" of the Rotterdam Girls Softball League with four separate fields.
Located on the outskirts of Coldbrook near the end of Fiero Avenue heading east from Altamont Avenue. Fiero Park has a half basketball court, a volleyball court, pavilion and new playground equipment.
Located in Colonial Manor at the end of Juracka Parkway, Juracka Park has a half basketball court, a tennis court, two volleyball courts, new playground equipment and pavilion.
Maddie's Mark Foundation play ground equipment donation..