Parks and Recreation

Walter R. Sturr
Memorial Park

Contact: Craig Olejniczak
Phone: 845-651-7815
Location: Bridge Street
Florida, NY 10921
This park is located at the end of Bridge Street.
Hours: Dawn til dusk
No glass bottles or alcoholic beverages are permitted.
Baseball/softball fields, dugouts, grandstand, bathrooms, refreshment stand is available for use by permit.
Playground equipment is on site.
A facility use permit is required to use the refreshment stand.

The Village of
Florida’s Park at
Glenmere Lake

Contact: Craig Olejniczak
Phone: 845-651-7815
Location: Mayor Harter Drive
This park is located along the northern shore of Glenmere Lake.
Hours: Dawn to Dusk

  • Cars are allowed on the roadway and parking lot only. Parking on the roadway and overnight parking is not permitted. No vehicles, boats or trailers are allowed to park between the road and shoreline, except at designated areas.
  • No alcoholic beverages are permitted.
  • Glass bottles are prohibited.
  • Please deposit all trash in the receptacles provided.
  • Dogs must be leashed at all times and owners must pick up after them.
  • No All Terrain Vehicles (ATV’s),  motor bikes or snowmobiles are permitted in the park or along the trails.
  • No swimming is permitted in Glenmere Lake.
  • No gas motors are allowed on or near the reservoir.
  • No tents, camping, campfires, bonfires or cook fires are permitted without special Village permits.
  • A reservation fee and an approved permit are required for use of the Mance Pavilion.
  • Any abuse of the park or failure to comply with all regulations will result in the revocation of all park privileges.

Park benches, picnic tables, fishing dock.  The pavilion can be reserved for use by permit.
To reserve the pavilion, please complete a Facility Use Permit Application available at the Village Hall or by downloading it below:
Facility Use Permit Application: Village of Florida Facility Use Permit

More information…

Summer Fun!

Summer Swim Program

Details will be posted in May.

Summer Recreation

  Craig Olejniczak

Walter R. Sturr Memorial Park, Bridge Street, Florida, New York

Details on this summer’s program will be posted in May.


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