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Parks & Rec

Bridgewater Parks and Recreation

Bridgewater Parks & Rec maintains 14 parks covering 100 acres. These parks preserve natural areas, provide recreational and entertainment opportunities, honor the history of those who have gone before, and make positive use of otherwise undevelopable areas in the floodplain. Parks & Rec also operates Sipe Center, a regional performing arts center. In addition, Parks & Rec hosts a variety of events at town parks throughout the year.

Parks & Facilities

Sipe Center
A state-of-the-art regional performing arts center

Generations Park
A gathering for all generations featuring a winter ice rink and summer concerts

Sandy Bottom Park
Featuring a 9-hole Par-3 course and 18-hole Mini-golf

Oakdale Park
A sports park with shelters, ballfields, four-square court, basketball court, and track

Wildwood Park
A park along the North River with trails, bridge, and downrush vista

Riverwalk Parks
Roscoe Burgess Riverwalk
A riverwalk alongside the North River connecting four parks
Edgebriar Park
A riverside park with an accessible fishing pier and water feature
Seven Bridges Park
A park with kayak launch, gazebo, and swings overlooking the river
Bird Sanctuary
A secluded area in a quiet neighborhood for watching birds 
Bridgeview Park
A park with a quarter-mile long series of exercise stations

Doug Will Tennis Center
An indoor facility with tennis and pickleball courts

Veterans Park
A park honoring veterans of the community

Neighborhood Parks
Cooks Creek Arboretum
A creekside trail through the trees
Dinkel-Harris Gateway at Warm Spring Turnpike Park
An historical park detailing the history of the Warm Springs Turnpike
Harrison Park
A park that is home to the Doug Will Tennis Center and Lawn Party Grounds
Whitelow Park
A play park near Millview Estates with play structure and gaga pit
Wynant Park
A play park nestled among the homes of Wynant Place and College Street

Parks Booklet