Our Parks

Addison Park

Located on Chatsworth Avenue across from the elementary school and next to the CVS this shaded space provides a quiet respite from the hustle and bustle of one of our busiest shopping districts. The park features mature shade trees, benches, and a strolling path.

Constitution Park

Acres of wooded park space nestled in the heart of the Village.  The newly planned for promenade and back gardens will provide a respite after lunch or shopping on the Post Road or a trip to the library or neighboring houses of worship. Popular features of the park include the central gazebo, sculpture, shade trees, benches, link to bike lanes, several popular community events. Support the Campaign to revitalize Constitution Park

Kane Park

A beautiful tree-lined gateway park on the Boston Post Road, Kane park features a gazebo, natural grass plantings, and newly planted perimeter trees and is a popular walking route for commuters going to school or the train.

Flint Park

The Village of Larchmont’s main recreation park, Flint Park boasts several playing fields and baseball fields for our local sports programs, a beautiful nautical-themed playground, a back marshland preserve as well as tennis courts available to the community.  This park hosts the Village’s summer camp for children and is the start and finish of the annual Sprint to Flint 5k and Fun Run.

Palmer Park

A cozy park nestled in the heart of the Palmer business district, Palmer park boasts a shaded spot to rest after dining or shopping on Palmer Avenue.

Pine Brook Park

Park of the Pine Brook neighborhood of town, this park has a lovely playground for small children and a t-ball field and provides a walking link for the community to the train and to the DeCicco’s shopping area.

Vanderburgh (Turtle) Park

Turtle Park enjoys a mix of visitors from surrounding homes and apartments close to the Palmer Avenue district; especially, young families who take advantage of the playground equipment.  Thanks to the Turtle Park Project and the generous donations of the community, the park is currently under construction and will open in Spring 2019 with a completely new ADA accessible playground as well as picnic tables, sandbox and more.  The success of the Turtle Park Project evidences the great potential we have as a community to improve our parks when we come together.

Willow Park

A true neighborhood park, Willow Park is located at the dead end of Willow Avenue and features a playground and swingset for small children as well as a vast field for light recreation.  Visitors to this park enjoy sweeping views of a tidal marsh that brings water in from the Long Island Sound.

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