Your Parks

To learn more about the Parks in Syracuse, visit the City of Syracuse Parks Department website.

Syracuse City Parks

The City of Syracuse is rich in the number and variety of parks we have. Our parks include forested areas, harbors, pools, ball fields, tennis and basketball courts, ice skating rinks, golf courses, picnic areas, playgrounds, monuments, trails and public gathering places. Below is a list of our parks along with various Park Associations. These groups are always looking for new members and volunteers.

  • Armory Square, Barry, Billings, Burnet
  • Clinton Square, Columbus Circle, Comfort Tyler,Cummings Field
  • Elmwood, Firefighter’s Memorial, Forman, Franklin Square
  • Frazer, Hanover Square, Homer Wheaton, Kirk
  • Lewis, Libba Cotten Grove, Lincoln, Loguen
  • McChesney, McKinley, Meachem Field/Valley Pool
  • Onondaga Lower & Upper, Pass Arboretum, Roesler
  • Schiller, Skiddy, Spirit of Jubilee, Sunnycrest
  • Thornden, Webster Pond, Wadsworth, Washington Square
  • Westmoreland, Wilson

Park Associations

Volunteer Park Associations assist in the general care and maintenance of neighborhood parks in the City of Syracuse. Park Associations help to protect and enhance parks and open spaces through their ongoing volunteer support, special events, and by educating the residents of Syracuse about the importance of parks and green spaces. Our parks enhance the quality of life throughout the city. The Syracuse Parks Conservancy wishes to work with all Park Associations and assist them in their efforts to help clean, maintain, preserve and beautify our parks.

If you live close to a park and would like to form a Park Association because one doesn’t already exist, the Syracuse Parks Conservancy can help. We’ll share our expertise and resources with you and your group. We’ll help you get started. Please contact us for more details.