Parks and Recreation
FREE OUTDOOR EXPERIENCES - HAVE FUN.... WITHOUT SPENDING A DIME!
Who says your next getaway has to mean a strain on your wallet? Not here in Williamstown! Check out one of our many parks in the area for you to explore.
You’ll find plenty of awesome outdoor adventures to enjoy here. Whether you’re a nature enthusiast, or someone who simply enjoys a bit of fresh air, we have something you.
Let the fun begin, put on your sneakers or hiking boots!
Discover and Explore one of our many parks!
NAME: Webb Park
LOCATION: 406 Webb Drive Williamstown, KY
AMENITIES: 8 1/2-acre park is handicap Accessible with Picnic Shelters, Tennis Courts, Basketball Court, Playgrounds, Restrooms, Nature Trail, Paved Parking Lot, and Free WiFi
NAME: Splash Park
LOCATION: 612 Water Works Road, Williamstown, KY
Free Splash Pad, Bathrooms, Picnic Tables, Benches, and Water Fountain.
This park's operational season is Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend
NAME: City Central Park
LOCATION: 125 North Main Street, Williamstown, KY
This park is in Williamstown's Central Business District near County Buildings and is a great place to take a break from the daily grind or after exploring our downtown area
NAME: J.B.Miller Park
LOCATION: 703 Waterworks Road Williamstown, KY
Located just minutes outside of Downtown Williamstown, J.B. Miller Park is close enough to the city, yet just far enough away to lose yourself in the beauty and serenity it has to offer for nature lovers who wants to find peace exploring.
This beautiful 35-acre park has a 10-acre lake, surrounded by wooded land, and offers something for everyone looking outdoor recreational fun.
NAME: Helton Heights
LOCATION: Corner of Helton Heights and Helton Road, Williamstown, KY
AMENITIES: Great for unscheduled play, get together with friends and play old-fashioned street ball.
NAME: Cocoa Dog Park
LOCATION: 400 North Main Street behind the City Municipal Building
AMENITIES: Walking your dog is about so much more than just "potty breaks". Walking your dog provides mental stimulation, physical exercise, chances for socialization, and opportunities for behavioral training. Moreover, it gets both of you out and about while helping to grow the bond you have with your dog.