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Parks, Sports & Recreation

The Town of Homer supports the Village of Homer Parks and Recreation programs.

For more information visit villageofhomer.recdesk.com/Community/Home


The Village of Homer parks can be used by town residents: 

Albert J. Durkee Memorial Park

Located on Route 11, 1/2 mile north of the center of the Village. Durkee Park has a pavilion, picnic facilities, fishing spots, and a playground with newly installed equipment in a beautiful and quiet setting for the whole family to enjoy.


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Harry A. Calale Park

Located on West Road (Route 281) before Prospect Street. This facility is used for softball, tee-ball, football and lacrosse.


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George Vernum Memorial Park

Located on Main Street next to Homer Fire Station. This facility provides a lighted basketball/tennis court, box lacrosse games, and off street parking.


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Griggs Memorial Field

Located on Hudson Street behind Newton Water Works, this facility has playing fields for baseball and softball. It is the home field of Homer Little League and Tee-ball.


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Newton Park


Located on the corner of Cayuga Street and Bartlett Avenue, three blocks west of Main Street. This park has a neighborhood recreation area with swings, spring rides, a slide, and a tee-ball diamond.


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Newton Water Works Park


Located on West Road (Route 281) near Route 41. This picturesque picnic area is used extensively by local organizations for group gatherings.


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Dwyer Memorial Park is nearby in Little York, NY

Little York Lake Road
Phone: 607-753-9377


Hiking Trails, Wading Pool, Boat Launching, Ball Diamonds, Play Ground, Pavilions to rent
Owned by Cortland County


Home of the Cortland Repertory Theatre (CRT)

Dwyer Memorial Park


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