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ABOUT AVON: PARKS

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Avon Driving Park
Located on Spring Street in the Village. Features fifty six acres including baseball fields, basketball court, volleyball court, ice skating rink, play area, gazebo, restrooms and picnic pavilions. For pavilion rental reservations, please contact the Village Office at 585-226-8118.

Home to the historic Avon Sulphur Springs health spa. From 1821 until the early 20th century, extensive health and recreational facilities graced the area to attract and accommodate guests from far and wide who came to seek relief from various maladies. The race track, which was laid out in 1836, has remained a training track for standard bred horses, and is home to the Genesee Valley Breeders Association events.


Five Arch Bridge

Located on Route 39 in the Town. Features the bridge that once carried the Genesee Valley Railroad over Conesus Outlet, and adjacent to the Avon Driving Park.

Wadsworth Park

Connects the Avon Driving Park and the Five Arch Bridge. Features twenty nine acres containing Little Conesus Creek and offering hikers natural beauty and wildlife shelter rarely seen in a municipal setting. The Stone Mill Road walking trail connects these diverse areas.

Case Park

Located on Reed Street at the end of High Street in the Village. Features four acres including a swingset, play area and wooded lot.

Circle Park

Located in the center of the Village on Routes 5 & 20. Features the Civil War monument, American Legion and VFW monument, and an arboretum. This oasis is the heart of our community. It is a place to rally around recruits leaving for war, to champion a cause, to mourn the dead, to remember the living, to sing a joyful holiday song and to welcome visitors.

Berry's Park

Located on Routes 5 & 20 near the Genesee River. Site of the first permanent settlers in Avon. Fishing access and portage were established in 2004.